Hillcrest Village Pinot Noir 2015


"I think it’s going to be a surprise package, and will rate higher again with time" Gary Walsh

Opens with a doughy/plastic tubs kind of smell, which given a good decant or time to settle, fades into the distance. Aside that a twitch of volatility, dark cherry and chocolate, earthiness, meat and fine grained saturating black tea tannin. It feels dense and firmly structured, with fine acidity and very good length. I think it’s going to be a surprise package, and will rate higher again with time. Tasted: Feb 2017; Price: $30; Closure: Diam; Drink: 2019-2028+; Rating: 93+ Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front

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