Medhurst 'Estate Vineyard' Pinot Noir 2020Yarra Valley, VIC Add to Wishlist
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Crafted with hand-picked and hand-sorted estate berries from low-yielding vines that grow in the sun-dappled shadow of the Warramate Hills, Medhurst’s expression of one of the Valley’s signatures marries buckets of juicy black cherry with effusive violet blossoms and lively, bright sunbursts of cranberry. It is an artfully poised cool-climate Pinot Noir reminiscent of the architecturally designed winery from whence it came, more than deserving of it's 95 points Halliday Wine Companion rating.
The aromas and flavours packed into this wine are head spinning. Sweet black cherries take on a Middle Eastern array of spices, with sumac and chinotto. There's a succulence across the medium-bodied palate, tannins with the texture of raw silk and a vibrancy to the acidity. This is quite something.
Expect to find
Supple dark cherry and lively raspberry strung along a taut line of cosy five-spice and toasted cinnamon
Roll your windows down, and coast down the Black Spur with the breeze ruffling your hair. Often cited as Victoria’s most beautiful road trip, the twisty, two-lane Black Spur connects Healesville with Narbethong and wends through ancient forests and towering mountain ash.
Drink now or cellar until 2025
With tea-smoked duck breast if you’re feeling as fancy as the Medhurst team — or with something simpler, like wedges of gooey Brie
Meticulously crafted wines
Back in 2000, 10 years after overseeing the acquisition of Australian icons Penfolds, Lindeman’s, and Wynns as CEO of Southcorp, Ross Wilson departed the corporate life to pursue the burgeoning passion he’d developed for wine. Following an arduous years-long search, he and his wife Robyn settled on a plot of land amongst the soft green hills and chill mists of the Yarra Valley — less than a kilometre away from her childhood home.
Passionate husband-and-wife founders
Highly awarded wines from the cool-climate Yarra Valley
Hand-picked fruit and lovingly managed, low-yielding vines