2015 Scorpo Pinot Rose, Mornington Peninsula

2015 Scorpo Pinot Rose, Mornington Peninsula

2012 Kooyong Estate Pinot Noir, Mornington Peninsula


The wine leads with savoury elements of dark spice and woodsy undergrowth that combine with black raspberry and berry notes. The palate, whilst softly textured, has a long juicy core of cherry fruit surrounded by finely woven tannin. The finish is long, driven and deep.

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Australian Wine Companion, 2015 Edition James Halliday Good colour, deep and bright; spiced plum aromas follow through onto the palate, which has impressive drive to its seamless stream of fruit, tannins and oak. Not ready yet, however. 94 points

The Australian Wine Annual 2015 Jeremy Oliver Stylish and elegant, this supple and complex pinot has a meaty, earthy bouquet of sweet red cherries, briar and tightly knit, gamey oak backed by suggestions of duck fat and dried herbs. It’s long and silky-smooth and fleshy, with a tightly controlled and sweetly oaked presence of small red and black berries underpinned by nuances of dried herbs and tomato, dusty, kernel-like tannins towards a finish of lingering smoky nuances of sweet cherries and underbrush. 93 points

The Wine Advocate, February 2015 Lisa Perrotti-Brown Pale to medium ruby coloured, the 2012 Pinot Noir presents vibrant red cherries, violets and roses notes with hints of Ceylon tea and cinnamon stick. Medium-bodied with great elegance, it has mouth-filling red berry flavours with plenty of complex subtext and very fine tannins, finishing long and refreshing. 91+ points WBM, February 2015

Tyson Stelzer Strawberry and red cherry fruits, beetroot, brambles and a hint of charcuterie unite seamlessly in a tangy and finely textured vintage. Tannin grip and acid tang promise good potential in the cellar. 93 points Weekend, The Australian Financial Review, 22-24 Aug 2014

Tim White Exotic, woodsy autumn leaf smelling, prosciutto, with golden plums and poached pear: stunning. Smell the fruit intensity. It delivers on the palate too; mouth-filling wide, and long. Moutharomas of strawberry pips and black cherries. Serous red. 95 points

Winefront, 19th June 2014 Campbell Mattinson Dark crimson colour. Packed with spice and dark cherry/berried fruit. Gently but insistently tannic. Persistent through the finish. Complex but seamlessly so. Unafraid of a herbal/bitter twang to the aftertaste. Lines all its ducks in a meticulous row. 93 point

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Product/Service Sold Out Yes
En Primeur No
New Arrivals No
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Traditional
Country Australia
Region Mornington Peninsula
Varietals Pinot Noir
Vintage 2012
Bottle Size 750ml
Wine Points 95
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