Tumbarumba has become a benchmark region for producing world class Pinot Noir. The distinctive regional style has meant Tumbarumba’s reputation and consistency of excellence has increased every vintage.
Light to medium bodied with raspberry, strawberry and cherry fruit. A finely structured wine with excellent length entwined with attractive tannins and fresh acidity.
A light bodied pinot noir from the high altitudes of Tumbarumba. It’s quite firm with good structure to support. The sour cherry and earthy forest floor add appeal. Sinewy tannins and understated oak complete the wine. Cellar: 3 years
A Pinot that falls firmly in the light-bodied and fresh end of the spectrum. Purity is the key here. Red fruits, raspberries and even a touch of fennel. A little sour cherry to be found on the palate. There is decent length here. A good, savoury style of Pinot. A little grip. Decent value. Score: 88/100 Best drinking: now for 2-3 years. Alc: 13%