A lively lady, long legs, classic nose and a touch of class with a finish to satisfy even the most discerning connoisseur. A wonderful bouquet of forest red berries, both supple and fruity.
Plucked when ripest, handled with expert hands, lovingly crafted, cherished in oak and every one fitted with a cap. Drink with a merry heart and a cheerful soul.
Vicar's Mistress Pinot Noir 2014
- Harvest Date: April 2014, hand-harvested
- Fermentation: Small batch, open top fermenters, wild yeasts
- Oak: 100% French Oak
- Alcohol: 13.4%
- Winemaker: Gavin Tait
The grapes were hand-harvested and further sorted to ensure clean fruit. The grapes were fermented in small open top fermenters with wild yeast. The wine was plunged up to three times daily during fermentation with about one week post fermentation masceration before being pressed to French Oak Barriques for maturation. Natural malo-lactic fermentation was completed in spring. The wine spent a year in the Barriques before it was bottled. It was left to cellar before releasing June 2020.
This elegant medium bodied wine, clean and rich with a touch of wood smoke on the nose. Soft supple tannin structure in harmony with acid driving the palette and gentle oak supporting. Primary focus, flavourful and tasty! Great with food and friends.