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Peos Estate

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 RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2017

Peos Estate Four Aces Chardonnay 2014 ($35)

One of the best chardonnays yet from this excellent small Manjimup producer. Enticing mix of tasty cashew and nectarine aromas with some nice mealy influences. The palate has such poise and expression with rich stone fruit held with fine grained oak and a spicy minerally acidity. Long finish. Like where it’s drinking at this stage of its journey.

Score: 92/100    Cellar: 4 years     BUY HERE

 

Peos Estate Four Kings Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015 ($30)

Tasted on two separate occasions and there is no doubt that the first one was a bottle that may have been damaged because the second tasting was infinitely better, hence my points are higher. Brimming with opulence and delicious sweet fruit. It has a distinctive cherry blackberry fruitiness with a subtle cedary oak background. Ripe supple tannins and a smooth velvety finish.

Score: 90/100    Cellar: 5 years    BUY HERE

 

 

 

 RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2016

Peos Estate Four Kings pinot noir 2014 ($25)

Pure varietal pinot noir strikes on the nose with that enticing mix of sour cherry, vanillin oak and forest floor with a little blackberry. The palate is firm with some tight tannins and grainy oak. Plenty of fruit in there with a sustained finish supported and focused by a piercing acidity. Needs a bit more time to settle down.

SCORE 89/100 CELLAR 6 years

Peos Estate Four Aces chardonnay 2014 ($30)

One of the best chardonnays yet from this excellent small Manjimup producer. Enticing mix of tasty cashew and nectarine aromas with some nice mealy influences. The palate has such poise and expression with rich stone fruit held with fine grained oak and a spicy minerally acidity. Long finish. Good stuff.

SCORE 92/100 CELLAR 6 years

Peos Estate Four Aces shiraz 2013 ($35)

Really concentrated and opulent shiraz from this region. Loads of plum and blackberry fruit on the nose with a distinctive cracked black pepper lift. The palate is deep and immensely powerful but presented with a supple generosity supported by ripe tannins and neat toasty oak. Will evolve with further ageing.

SCORE 93/100 CELLAR 12 years

 

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