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Makers' Project Reserve Pinot Three 2019

Wolf Blass

Makers' Project Reserve Pinot Three 2019

Wolf Blass

Makers' Project Reserve Pinot Three 2019

RRP (750 mL)
$26.00
750 mL
$25.00
6 x 750 mL
$150.00

Overview

Overview

Makers’ Project is a range that celebrates expertise and innovation in wine. It builds on Wolfgang Blass’s original vision to create wines that taste great – wines people want to drink. These are wines our winemakers love to make, wines that highlight innovative quirks and winemaking processes that make them not only tasty, but fresh, original and exciting. 

Makers’ Project Pinot Three is a nod to the Wolf Blass tradition of blending to make a wine that’s better than the sum of its parts. Pinot Noir, fermented with a portion of whole berries, was blended with Pinot Gris and Pinot Meunier to create a bright, fresh wine with pure fruit and subtle yet distinct spice characters that will leave you wanting more.

Varietal Pinot 3
Vintage 2019
Country Australia
Region Multi-Region Blend
Volume 750 mL
Enclosure Screw Cap
Alc/Vol 12.5%
Peak Drinking Enjoy Now
Winemaker Marie Clay

Taste Description

Taste Description

Nose

Raspberry and red cherry, with hints of smoky earthiness.

Flavours and Palate

Bright and fresh, with pure fruit flavours and a soft, approachable palate. Pinot Noir provides juiciness, fine structure and cherry fruit, Pinot Gris adds heady spice and texture, and Pinot Meunier gives palate depth and dark fruit flavours. An innovative blend of Pinots that meld together harmoniously to produce a unique and captivating wine.

Food Pairing

Food Pairing

Beef
Lamb
Duck
Veg
Pizza

Viticulture

Viticulture

Vintage Conditions

Winter was cold and dry, however August rains ensured close to optimal soil moisture for an even budburst. A cold snap followed during flowering, lowering yields. Two short summer heat spikes were interspersed with cooler conditions, allowing the vines to fully recover. Combined with a mild autumn, this resulted in good flavour and colour development.