Landaviddy Lane Pinot Noir 2018

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Landaviddy Lane Pinot Noir 2018

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A$70.00
Product Code: mornington-peninsula-landividdy-lane-pinot-noir-2018
Mornington Peninsula, Polperro Landaviddy Lane Pinot Noir
A$70.00

Mornington Peninsula, Polperro Landaviddy Lane Pinot Noir.

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Additional Information

Brand Polperro
Region Mornington Peninsula
Year 18
Vineyard

Landaviddy Lane - Altitude: 160m above sea level  Coordinates: 38*24’39’’ south, 145* 0’35’ East  Average rainfall:  870mm Cropping: 1.8 tons/acre  Clone:  MV6   (1.0 acre) Trellising system:  VSP and cane pruned  Planted : 1992 Vineyard orientation: gentle South westerly slope with vineyard rows running North East

The vineyard is situated 160m above sea level, and sheltered by a valley that is moderated by the cooling Bass Strait sea breeze.  This allows for gradual ripening, but with a  south westerly  aspect the vineyards receives plenty of afternoon sun as well which shows through  the finished wine.  

Our vineyards are managed without using herbicides or insecticides. Biological, organic, biodynamic and good cultural practices are used maximise quality and longevity of the vineyard sites . In some of our vineyards, we are currently in the process of undertaking organic certification.

Wine Making

The fruit is handpicked and destemmed into a 2 ton open fermenter as whole berries and left to start fermenting naturally.  It is not touched until a 2-3 drop in baume, which allows fermentation to occur inside the grape berry and I believe increases the aromatics of the finished wine. Once fermentation starts strongly, the ferment is handplunged 2-3 times per day for 15 days. The  wine is left on skins for post ferment maturation for another 15 days.  It is then pressed off skins and racked to barrel. 30 % new oak and predominately François Freres and Sirugue extra tight grain Light toast. In the spring the wine is racked and returned to barrel. Finally after a total of 16 months barrel maturation, the wine is bottled without fining or filtration.

Tasting Notes

Aromatics of spice and dried herbs are driven by a core of red fruit and dehydrated orange peel.The palate continues with plenty of red fruit, mixed spice, and faint qualities of black tea. The pure and savoury acid line enhances the fruit qualities further and carries the wine through to the end of the palate.

  
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