2022 Single Vineyard Jacoben Pinot Noir
2022 Single Vineyard Jacoben Pinot Noir
2022 Single Vineyard Jacoben Pinot Noir
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Vendor Lowestoft

2022 Single Vineyard Jacoben Pinot Noir

Regular price: $100.00
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Tasting Notes

colour

Light crimson colours with ruby hues.

aroma & palate

Bursting with rich, plump forest fruits, this dark ruby wine presents heady aromas of cherry, woody herbs and black tea. Finely grained tannins framed by juicy acidy give this wine generous tension and drive. 

cellaring

Will reward careful cellaring of seven to ten years.

Technical

vintage

Constant spring winds during budburst caused low vine yields. The region experienced cooler than average temperatures over the growing season causing a longer ripening period with delayed harvest dates. The driest vintage to date producing extremely high-quality fruit.

winemaking

Superb Pinot Noir from the Jacoben Vineyard was hand-picked and fermented in 2T open top fermenters, with 15% whole bunch inclusion. Gently hand plunged, with gentle pressing to tank post MLF, followed by 10 months maturation in large format French oak (25% new) before selective barrel blending and bottling with minimal additions.

region

Tasmania 

variety

Pinot Noir

analysis

  • Alcohol: 14.0%
  • pH: 3.50
  • TA 6.00 g/L

Awards

Decanter World Wine Awards 2024

Best in Show - 97 Points

Royal Hobart Wine Show 2023

Malbourne Royal Wine Awards 2023

Reviews

Tyson Stelzer, Wine Business Magazine 2024

I love the elegant restraint of this cool humid season, and this single vineyard in the lower Derwent Valley exemplifies its mood with tension and endurance. This is Pinot Noir scaffolded for the long haul, with an intricately engineered framework of super fine tannins supported with all the structure of impeccably poised natural acidity. I love the dynamic, setting a longevity much more Burgundian than it is Tasmanian.

95 Points 95

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