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Review: Moorooduc Estate – Pinot Noir (2012)

Pinot Noir from Moorooduc Estate

The Wine Review:

The wine is a translucent ruby red colour. A light fruity nose with a hint of oak. On the palate it’s bright and juicy, quite approachable and easy to lose track of how many times you’ve refilled. It drifts towards the jam and plum end of Pinot Noirs balanced with a touch of oak and grapefruit like tang at the end. I think this is quite good value and a crowd pleaser. Wine snobs might find it a little lacking in complexity but most people are too busy enjoying it to notice.

 Key Wine Descriptions:

Fresh Juicy,Raspberry Accessible

Other Infomation

Wine Name
Pinot Noir

Varietal
Pinot Noir

Vintage
2012

Price
$ 38.00

Country
Australia

Appellation
Mornington Peninsula

Scorecard
's Rating
Aroma & Bouquet
7.3
Taste & Length
7.8
Value
8.2
Scores

Date Tasted: 2015/07/30

*Note our scoring scale is slightly different than other wine reviewers. In short, anything above 7.0 is considered worthy of buying, but see here for more details.

7.55
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