Mount Pleasant Mothervine Pinot Noir
Hunter Valley, NSW | James Halliday 2017 Wine Companion Winery of the Year
It is a little known fact that the block of Pinot Noir directly in front of the Mount Pleasant winery is one of the oldest plantings of the famed MV6 (Mothervine 6) clone in Australia and that the majority of the plantings in this country have been propagated using cuttings from this block.
Colour: Medium Scarlet purple
Aroma :A perfumed nose of ripe dark berry fruits, violets and five spice.
Palate: Medium bodied and structural with good depth of fruit tannins and spice.