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DetailsIdeally drink now through to 2024. Decant 2 hours.
Deep ruby in colour, this Russian River Pinot Noir is fantastic. Multi faceted and of the highest quality, the nose offers you a plethora of interesting aromas such as strawberries, cardamom, red fruit, mushrooms, nutmeg and lilac. The palate adds ripe fruit such as raspberries, strawberries, tobacco, coffee and even a hint of cola. There is a rich mouth feel and the silky tannins, great acid and alcohol levels gives the wine balance, elegance and a desire to drink more of it. A long and lingering finish with just a hint of mocha at the end.
This wine is delicious now and will get even better over the next few years. It benefits from being decanted.
A perfect complement to red meat (such as beef or lamb), white meat, pasta dishes and cheese.
Twomey are very much of the philosophy of minimal intervention but also combine traditional and cutting edge methods to their winemaking. Different blocks are fermented separately allowing the individual nuances of each site to come through in the wine. Fruit is harvested early in the morning and thoroughly sorted prior to a seven day cold soak. Fermentation using indigenous yeast is then followed up with a secondary malolactic fermentation which starts in the steel tank and finishes in barrel. The wine is then aged for 12 months on the lees in oak barrels, of which about a third is new oak.