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Ninth Island Pinot Noir 2011

A wine made for enjoyment, beautiful bright lift of flavours, stylishly support the palate. Concentrated and long, with the fine characteristic hallmark of early drinking pinot noir. At first the taste is supple round and delicate, but soon bursts with richness and power as the delicious pinot noir flesh and flavours fill your mouth. A wine that captures your palates attention. Sensual Tasmanian summer berry fruits, velvety fine long textured mouth-feel. Sweet lifted fruit on the mid-palate that is a finely balance by satisfyingly integrated tannins and a long captivating finish that lingers.

Giant Steps Sexton Vineyards Pinot Noir - Vic 2011

Written by Gary Walsh

So much wine and so little time to write it up. I'd love to have either the luxury of time or a conscience that allows me to do half arsed reviews but sadly I have neither (at least at the moment). Then again, wineries that deliver the sort of quality and attention to detail that Giant Steps have been dishing up recently deserve a bit of extra effort, and really it's pretty easy for me to sit down, taste a bit of fine wine, offer an opinion and a few words. I should really just shut up and stop moaning shouldn't I? Right then! (slaps hands and rubs them together)

Delicate and dripping Pinosity this bright red coloured wine offers up a scented bouquet of cherry, strawberry, roses, a litte spice, aniseed and a dusty earthy character. On the palate light to medium bodied with fine tannin and bright clean acidity that gives a feeling of real clarity and freshness in the mouth. It has flavours of red cherry and liqueur strawberry with just a touch of earth and dried herb and finishes clean, dry & long. It's a wine that combines delicacy with a firm structure and delivers it in fine style. Excellent.
94 points.

Bourgogne Rouge AC 2010 (Burgundy)

The Louis Jadot Bourgogne Rouge shows a colour of medium intensity, purplish in youth tending to ruby then garnet with age. A most harmonious, balanced, medium bodied wine, with a plump fruitiness and silky texture offset by round, gentle tannins. Fine and elegant, with a typical, fragrant varietal bouquet complemented by a deliciously lingering finish. Enjoy the Bourgogne Rouge Pinot Noir with grilled or roasted red meats, mild game meats and soft cheeses such as Camembert or Brie. Louis Jadot Bourgogne Rouge may be cellared for 5 years or in great vintages such as 1999 up to 7 years.

Cote de Nuits Village Le Vaucrain (Burgundy) 2010

The Louis Jadot Cote de Nuits Villages Le Vaucrain is a deep coloured, aromatic wine with ripe black and red berry flavours and a classic earthy Pinot Noir bouquet. It shows excellent balance between the ripe tannins and the elegant yet concentrated fruit, resulting in a silky, approachable wine, even when young, although it may be cellared for 5-7 years. Perfect with grilled and roasted red meats, delicate cheeses, marinated game meats, and in more tannic vintages “oeufs enmeurette”.