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|Aroma & Palate||Herbaceous, with vegetable notes and dark fruit
|Style||Down to earth authenticity|
I think this is from Kilmore, which sits just outside of the Macedon GI. Tasted from a cute little 150ml can, and I’ve decided I really like wine in little cans. Be a great idea on planes too, when we can travel again, some year or another.
Dark cherry, baked beetroot or something a bit earthy and dark like that, a little spice and mint. It delivers lots of flavour, dark and almost choc-cherry flavour, but with new leather, fresh acidity, gentle but insistent dense tannin, something of a Campari/radicchio twang on a solid finish. A bit idiosyncratic, but really enjoyable. Like it. Excellent value too.
91/100 - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
Loads of character here and a lot going on. This natural-ferment Pinot Noir shows chocolate and some savoury earthy mushroom notes, sure, but also a little more tannin than you might associate with the grape and some great little root-vegetable nudges.
Herbaceous, earthy and a little eccentric with an easygoing authenticity, this one’s a real free-spirited hippie of a wine and all the better for it.
Grown at Quarry Ridge Vineyard Kilmore. Hand picked, 15% whole bunches in the ferment. Aromatic, rich and weighty
Named for the Miles Davis album that "went electric", winemaking couple Matt Harrop and Tamara Grischy's Silent Way project similarly features some playful but virtuosic boundary-pushing from a handpicked team of experts who refuse to just do the usual. Small quantities of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and a signature Semillon blend are on offer, all grown and vinified with an emphasis on authentic expression of the grapes and the region.
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