Pinot Noir 2013
Layered flavours of red cherry, spice and plum are superbly balanced with French oak, giving length to the finish.Download Full Winemaker Note
At release, the wine is a bright red with a vibrant purple hue.
The wine has lifted strawberry and cherry notes with an underlying savoury earthiness and restrained spice and cedar characters.
The wine is medium-bodied with flavours of ripe cherry and fresh, light red berry fruits along with savoury toast and sweet spice characters. The palate is sublimely soft and silky. Subtle oak characters of cinnamon and cedar add to the overall complexity of this fruit-driven wine.
This wine can be enjoyed upon release but will reward careful cellaring up to and possibly beyond 2017.
|Residual Sugar:||0.46 g/L|
Food type: Turkey
For a twist on classic Christmas lunch, serve roast Turkey with a potato and apple stuffing and ...
|Wakefield Estate||Pinot Noir||2013||Mondial Des Pinots||2014||Gold|
|Wakefield Estate||Pinot Noir||2013||China Wine & Spirits Awards Best Value||2014||Gold|
|Wakefield Estate||Pinot Noir||2013||China Wine & Spirits Awards||2014||Gold|
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Kevin Burke, Gourmantic, April 2014
2013 Wakefield Estate wines provide a quality match for food pairing. The fruit-driven Pinot Noir with flavours of red cherry, spice and plum balanced against French oak provide length to the finish that pairs well with game meats and Peking duck.
Vanesssa Jones, Gold Coast Sun, July 2014
The Plonk Test
Wakefield EstateÆs offering wonÆt set you back that much and, in fact, at $18.95, it truly is good value for money. This wine is a smooth blend of cherry, spice and plum, balanced with French oak. ItÆs a pleasant fruitdriven offering which will appeal to many.