Tasting notes: Scotchmans Hill Pinot Noir
Scotchmans Hill Pinot Noir. Deep garnet in appearance with a bright hue, the bouquet is ripe and perfumed with an array of scents ranging from dark cherries and plums to spice.
Traditional pairings such as duck and lamb enhance the fruit sweetness of the wine.
Established in 1982, Scotchmans Hill is located in the heart of the Bellarine Peninsula. A producer of premium cool maritime climate wines. Scotchmans Hill has been a leading local winery for over thirty years. And is rated among James Halliday’s Top 100 Australian Wineries. Within a 90-minute drive from Melbourne or 20 minutes from Geelong, the beautiful estate is only a short trip away.
A key point, as pioneers of the Bellarine Peninsula Wine Region, Scotchmans Hill, has always been invested in pushing the boundaries. A passion for bold and exciting winemaking ensures the wines are made first and foremost for people to savour.
With this in mind, their ability to make wines that are unique and instantly recognizable as their own comes from a respect and admiration for the earth they work on. Therefore enhancing the characteristics of the land with minimal winemaking intervention.
Furthermore, their experienced team of winemakers have all travelled the world as committed wine scholars, actively seeking out opportunities to expand their knowledge. The Winemaking trio have worked and studied in the wine regions of America, France, Portugal, Italy, Germany and New Zealand.
For more information about the producer : https://www.scotchmans.com.au/