Williams Crossing Pinot Noir 2014

APPEARANCE
Garnet with good depth

BOUQUET
A vibrant nose of black cherries along with an array of delicate red fruits, fresh rose petals and black pepper spice. White and dark chocolate merge with balanced oak support of vanilla and complex cedar tones, culminating into a nose that’s both heady and complex.

PALATE
Fine, yet densely packed tannins build an excellent scaffold for the long, flowing perfumed palate to unfurl upon. Black and red fruits of plums, cherries and berries are all driven along by juicy acidity that pushes pleasingly towards a moderately long and lingering conclusion.

CELLARING SUGGESTIONS
Pleasurable drinking now, but with it’s depth of fruit, overall structure and energetic acidity will easily evolve for a further 5-7 years.

Other Vintages
2010 |  2011 |  2012 |  2013 |  2015 | 

Closure
Screw Cap

Winemaker
The Vineyard

Grape Variety
Pinot Noir

Growing Region
Macedon Ranges

% Alcohol
13.4

Acidity
5.9

pH
3.58

Maturation
12 months 100% French Oak, Crossflow Filtered