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Deep garnet color with a nose that is complex, darkly perfumed and tightly wound. Deep dark cherry fruit, dark violet perfume with exotic incense-like notes. On the palate, black cherry and raspberry, with pomegranate syrup, star anise and firm, fine grained velvety tannins. Long, concentrated and complex. Still very youthful, will open up and soften with time.
A great match to slow cooked duck marylands with beetroot and potato mash.
Mornington Peninsula is synonymous with Pinot and Moorooduc is one of the region’s top producers. The color of rose petals and bricks, the ’18 vintage is in a lovely place. It’s aromatic and expressive, with potpourri-like aromas of dried red berries, crushed flower petals and spice that knit seamlessly together. They’re underpinned by earthy, autumnal nuances. The ethereal palate comes with a beautiful tang of acidity. It’s framed by ultra-fine, chiseled tannins, which leave room for the delicate red fruit, floral and spice flavors that linger on the lengthy finish.