Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2012 - Tasting Note

Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2012 – Tasting Note

Bream Creek Pinot Noir 2012, RRP $34
You can also read my review of the 2011 here. This wine is an alluring colour. Aromas of soft subtle spice, like cinnamon and nutmeg. Still on the nose, there are notes of underbrush, very subtle herbs. These notes disappear as the wine gets more air. In the mouth there’s a wonderful feeling of small, dense cherries. Some milk chocolate. Faint roses and the smallest whiff of stem/bunch. The attack is something like lightly chillied-chocolate. Fine acidity and mostly round, somewhat grippy tannins. Finishes medium. This is a supple kind of wine, and will please many.
90 points



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