2014 Holm Oak Pinot Noir
Tamar Valley, Tasmania Australia

Delicate red fruits and spice on the nose are followed in full on the palate, especially cranberry and cherry. Tannins are fine and the wine was delicious with our grilled chicken and bean salad.

2014 Holm Oak Pinot Noir


as part of a mixed case.

More due in June.

Winemaker's Notes
"This wine has beautiful lifted strawberry and cherry characters on the nose with a touch of spice adding complexity. The palate has fine, chalky tannins; lovely fruit concentration and a silky texture."

Technical Notes
"2014 was a warm, relatively dry and very low yielding year. This resulted in bunches with small berries, creating a more concentrated, bolder style of Pinot than our 2013. We had a lot of different batches of Pinot which we treated in a variety of ways. The resulting blend is about 10% whole bunch which adds a little stalky, savory complexity and 100% wild fermentation was used to make this wine. All batches were fermented in small open fermenters which were hand plunged daily. The wine was matured in French oak for 9 months with about 20% of the oak being new oak."