Anderson Hill Art Series Pinot Noir

Clear, bright ruby colour. This cool climate Pinot Noir has a nose of sour cherry and raspberry with herbal and smoky clove characters. Flavours of raspberries, strawberries, cherries and violets with herbal,
earthy spices.

RS: < 0.3 g/L
pH: 3.60
TA: 5.4 g/L
Oak: 11 months, mix French and American oak.

Food Pairing Suggestion:Roast chicken or pork with herbs and fennel. Rare fillet stake. Dishes with wild mushroom such as mushroom risotto. Liver with smoky flavour.

Wine Companion 91 Points,
Silver 2018 Adelaide Hills Wine Show – Top Gold 95

James Halliday – “Hand-picked, open-fermented, matured in oak for 12 months. Bright, clear colour; warm spices and talc on the bouquet, then a supple, gently rounded palate with plum and red cherry fruit; good length and balance. Well made.”

Morgan Dunn – “ Cheerful cherry and baking spice lift out of the glass while the palate has a jocular juiciness and concentration. There are plenty of pretty red fruits behind the generosity of the wine and the tannins are blithely lithe. It sure made me happy.”

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Australian family-run winery based in Lenswood, a subregion in Adelaide Hills, South Australia.

We are passionate about sharing our love for the region, the land, and the sustainable lifestyle we have here.

Ben Anderson hand planted the vines in 1994. Since then, he and his wife Clare have worked together to build Anderson Hill – from managing our vineyard, which is one of the highest vineyards in South Australia, to making the graceful wines, designing the artistic labels, and running our popular cellar and restaurant right next to the vineyard. We do all this with one goal in our mind: to make the wines we can proudly share with our friends and families.

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