This is Toolangi’s most interesting pinot noir yet. From Dixon’s Creek, it opens to a wonderfully Burgundian aroma of rhubarb, blackcurrants and earth. The palate is viscous and has good length. A very enjoyable wine that can be approached now. Rating: Good to Very Good. Abv: 13.8%. Price: $38. Source: Sample.
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