Curly Flat Pinot Noir 2011:
BOUQUET: A generous array of complex aromatics. Fresh, fragrant fruits of raspberry, cranberry and cherry are the main frame, while supporting savoury notes of charred meats, leather and dried lavender give further depth and dimension.
PALATE: The bouquet translates faithfully into a delicate fruit wave that is now supported by a subtle raft of tannin that floats on a current of lively acidity. The palate journey starts as a single point that gently, but assuredly, expands and evolves into a flourishing finish.
CELLARING SUGGESTIONS: While drinking well now, the optimum drinking window remains some years away. For early drinking we recommend decanting to further liberate the ethereal elements of this wine of poise and subtlety. We expect further complexity to emerge with bottle age over a timeframe of 5 to 10 years and more.