The 2019 Mazzini Pinot Noir was crafted from hand harvested fruit grown in the Geelong wine region. This wine was fermented using wild yeast with the addition of 10% whole bunches, and then matured in new and used French oak prior to bottling.
Don’t take our word for it…
James Halliday The Wine Companion Pinot Noir 92 points, Jeni Port
“Wild-yeast fermentation with 10% whole bunches, matured in new and used French oak. A wonderful showcase for Geelong pinot noir, mixing boldness of fruit and presence in the glass with nuance and complexity. Glossy and deep in colour. Fragrant in raspberry, red cherry, violet and anise. A full, exciting mouthful of flavour with everything in its place, running smooth and long.”
Gary Walsh from The Wine Front – Pinot Noir 88 points
“Curious wine, but interesting, which is good. It’s kind of vegetal in a way, with ripe tomato and beetroot, a bit of perfume, poached strawberry and spice. Fine grip from emery tannin, sappy and sour-edged, and a little shy on the finish. Quirky, and pleasant to drink, but doesn’t say much about Pinot Noir.”