June 24, 2017

Signature Selection Grant Taylor 2016 – 96 points

From grapes grown in Gibbston Valley. Pure, vibrant pinot noir with red cherry, subtle herb, raspberry, spice, anise and nutty oak flavours. It's an ethereal wine that delivers plenty of power with great subtlety. Very impressive pinot noir that's clearly been made with a light touch and a view to express a sense of place.

China Girl 2016 – 93 points

Scented, fruity wine with typically ripe Bendigo character suggesting plum, dark cherry, spice, anise and raspberry with plenty of spicy oak influence. The ink-like texture is also very Bendigo. Dense but quite ethereal. Better with a little bottle age.

Stolen Heart Merlot Malbec 2014 – 93 points

Rich, dense red with red-fleshed plum, dark berry, liquorice, chocolate, mocha and nutty oak flavours. A chewy and quite powerful red that can be appreciate now but should age well in bottle.


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