Any Tassie Pinot Noir fans out there?
Here’s a new label for you to get in your glass! Corryton Burge have recently launched and they have this 2019 Tasmanian Pinot Noir on offer.
A big thanks to CB for this sample bottle, we absolutely enjoyed every last drop.
The grapes come from the Coal River Valley region and the wine spends 14 months in 25% new French oak.
Siblings, Trent and Amelia run Corryton Burge from their South Australia base. So why a Tassie Pinot then? Well their mum, Helen is from Tasmania, therefore this wine is to honour the family’s special bond with the state and also to signify the importance of family.
From it’s juicy plum colour in the glass to fresh raspberries, just cut cedar wood and cherry pie on the nose – it’s 100% alluring. In the mouth it’s smooth and yummy with intricate tannins. There’s plenty of red fruits and hints of red licorice and sasperalla. Divine!
This wine was sent to me as a sample, I was under no obligation to post about it.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!