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Ten Minutes By Tractor Trahere Pinot Noir 2021 (Mornington Peninsula)

Ten Minutes By Tractor Trahere Pinot Noir 2021 (Mornington Peninsula)

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The debut vintage of Trahere Pinot Noir 2021 from Ten Minutes By Tractor is an enchanting wine with a beautiful colour and a seductive floral scent. Delve deeper and discover notes of ripe red fruits, such as strawberry and cherry, along with hints of earthy and spicy undertones. The palate reveals great concentration, intricate detail, and a lovely texture. With its complexity and intensity, this wine showcases silky tannins and a distinct graphite-like finish that adds to its precision. Overall, its seamless and lingering appeal sets it apart from the rest.

"Medium depth of bright ruby colour with a tinge of purple; the bouquet very fragrant, lifted and fresh, with red cherry, strawberry and raspberry aromas and a lick of five-spice, plus a layer of autumn leaves/forest-floor/pot-pourri. A pristine wine in a delicate, highly detailed, filigreed style, ethereal and texturally refined, and quite beautiful."
97 Points - Huon Hooke, The Real Review

Wine Specifications

Variety: Pinot Noir

Size: 750mL

Region: Mornington Peninsula

ABV: 13%

Vintage: 2021

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Winery & Vintage Info

A wet spring with moderate temperatures resulted in good healthy canopies with lower-than average yields across all our vineyards. Higher than average rainfall and moderate temperatures over the summer, together with some dry spells, resulted in slow ripening and concentration of flavour and good acidity. This vintage has produced some wonderful wines with great concentration and fine detail.

The fruit was handpicked, chilled and sorted carefully on our sorting table before being fermented with indigenous yeasts on skins for 17 days. After pressing, the wine was transferred to barrel where it was aged for 13 months using 22% new French oak before undergoing a natural malolactic fermentation. The wine was then bottled un-fined and unfiltered.

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