Tomich Wines Icons of Woodside Pinot Noir 2015 ‘I777’

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cherry and mid palate with a seductive earthiness. Whole bunch processed in open top fermenters, this wine was aged in French barrels, 30% new Burgundy and 70% new Bordeaux cooperage.

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Tomich Wines Icons of Woodside Pinot Noir 2015 ‘I777’

Our Icon wines display the pinnacle of viticulture and winemaking. Each carefully selected fruit parcel is handcrafted in small batches, wild fermented and carefully barrel aged, creating wine with sophisticated complexity and depth. These wines are only produced in exceptional vintages.

TASTING NOTES

Vintage: 2015 Variety: Pinot Noir Region: Adelaide Hills Winemaker: Randal Tomich Colour: Deep crimson with brilliant purple hues. Bouquet: Brooding briary fragrances with a touch of dried herb. Palate: Savoury mulberry, black-cherry and candied red currant flavours, a tight structure and a tensile core, with bright, fine-knit tannins. A wine with great finesse and balance, well-integrated with its silkytexture promising future seduction. Harvest: March 2015 Cellaring: 5 – 7 years.

FOOD MATCHES

Rich, savoury flavours of a cassoulet made with duck confit.

VINTAGE CONDITIONS

2015 experienced warm days, cool nights and no rain which meant that harvest was finished by the end of March, and the quality and yields of fruit were excellent. Despite the threat from January’s bushfires, Adelaide Hills grape growers and winemakers are celebrating the best vintage in ten years with white and red wines showing the colours and flavours that only come after a long, dry summer and autumn.

WINEMAKING

Hand picked and wild fermented in 3 parcels, the French clone 777 was selected for this first release wine. The 777 clone provides cherry and mid palate with a seductive earthiness. Whole bunch processed in open top fermenters, this wine was aged in French barrels, 30% new Burgundy and 70% new Bordeaux cooperage.

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