Paringa Estate – 3/09/2013

Chardonnay 2010
Delicate but broad worked Chardonnay notes, toasty stone fruit. Rich ripe warm but balanced oak. Still an old school style of chardonnay.

Pinot Noir 2010
Tight lean intense red fruit spicy stalk elements. Generous warm sweet tannins, mature oak, falls away a bit on the palate.

SIngle Vineyard The Paringa Pinot Noir 2009
Dark talcy notes, rubbery oak. Sweet juicy full dark fruits. Fairly closed for the time being.

Shiraz 2009
Inky iodine, sweet briny Asian spice, a hint of green pepper. Juicy black focused generous, bold structure tannins. Somehow all the elements work in this wine. The future of Mornington?

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