Bannockburn 'De La Terre' Pinot Noir 2018 - Cloudwine

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Bannockburn 'De La Terre' Pinot Noir 2018

The planting density - still very rare in an Australian setting - results here in a natural yield of around 500 g per vine (or less). In other words, about Grand Cru Burgundy levels per vine. The vines were planted in 2007.

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James Halliday's "reminiscent of a young DRC" remark - penned for the 2012 De La Terre - was, and is, a wonderful endorsement for this nascent, close-planted site. For those who might not have tasted a wine from this vineyard, De La Terre is a small, sub one hectare, dry grown vineyard planted to 10,000 vines/ha that borders the famed Serré (in fact the Serré vines sit on a little plateau next to the slope where De La Terre is planted).

The planting density - still very rare in an Australian setting - results here in a natural yield of around 500 g per vine (or less). In other words, about Grand Cru Burgundy levels per vine. The vines were planted in 2007. 

“…Bannockburn produces outstanding wines across the range, all with individuality, style, great complexity and depth of flav our. The low-yielding estate vineyards play their role. Winemaker Michael Glover is determined to enhance the reputation of Bannockburn.” James Halliday

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