Paul Scorpo produces some truly superb fruit from his meticulously planted vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula. With the help of Sandro Moselle, Scorpo has built a reputation for making some of the Peninsula’s finest wines.
This 2019 Scorpo Estate Pinot Noir is already looking very composed, with plenty of red fruit and oak already integrated. Medium bodied, this feels perfumed and pure and clean-fruited in the mouth; a touch of plushness - just right - pulpy and balanced, and the acidity nicely nudges it through. Fresh. Lovely fruit, and very well put together - this is a top class Mornington Peninsula Pinot from Scorpo.
"94 Points. Ripe raspberry, cherry, a fair bit spice and a subtle sweet soil earthiness, and maybe a little orange zest. It’s flavoursome, soft and plush, but keeps itself pretty fresh, and offers a fine sweep of emery tannin. Finish is long and has something of a ‘mineral’ character too. It’s a great thing to drink, and yes, you don’t notice any alcohol warmth here. Hard to imagine anyone not enjoying this. Tasted: Oct21 14.5% alc. $55 Screwcap Drink: 2021 - 2026+" - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.
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