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Kooyong Massale Pinot Noir Mornington Peninsula Award Winning

Kooyong Massale Pinot Noir Mornington Peninsula 2013


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  • Winemaker

    Sandro Mosele
  • Variety

    Pinot Noir
  • Vibrant Ruby Red. Opulent with juicy cherry and raspberry perfumed notes and a supporting minerality. A finely structured palate supported by persistent acidity and tannin. This wine shows richness and depth supported by juicy fruits including raspberry and cherry. It has a good linear palate and is supported with subtle oak. An elegant wine which is both approachable when young, and showing potential for further improvement with age.
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  • When to drink

    Drink now or keep for 2-3 years
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  • Style

    Elegant & Silky Red
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Press ReviewPress

GOLD MEDAL - Lovely, lush and long, Kooyong turned heads as it progressed to the Gold podium. ‘Opulent, silky and very long,’ began Hakkasan Group’s Christine Parkinson, continuing: ‘Balanced and full of black fruit with subtle herbal notes and very integrated oak. Pure, vivid and vibrant.’ 'A ripe, punchy, fleshy style; deep, honest and plummy with good balance,' said team leader Simon Woods, recommending rack of lamb or seared tuna.

Sommelier Wine Awards 2015

Generous and flavoursome, likely to flesh out over the shorter term, with a punchy bouquet of beetroot, dark cherries, plums and baked earth backed by hints of blue flowers and tomato stalk. Medium in weight, with pure, intense flavours of plums, cherries and blueberries supported by tight, dusty tannins, it finishes with length and a refreshing acidity.

Jeremy OliverThe Australian Wine Annual 2014

Full, bright crimson-purple; black cherry and blood plum set the scene for both the bouquet and palate alike; the structure seems to come more from acidity than tannins, and the wine will develop slowly. 93/100

James HallidayAustralian Wine Companion, 2015 Edition


The 2008 vintage was characterised by an early start and above average yields. A hot week experienced in March had a pronounced effect on the fruit yet to be picked. Fortunately, the vast majority of our fruit had already been harvested. The unseasonably cool February greatly enhanced the aromatic qualities of wines harvested prior to the heat, making these some of the most expressive and individualistic wines made yet. 100% destemmed and fermented in open vats without innoculation. Matured for 12 months in French oak (15% new) Estate grown fruit is now supplemented by specially selected purchased parcels of fruit. The trellis type is Vertical Shoot Position (VSP)

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