Stoney Rise Pinot Noir 2018

Stoney Rise Pinot Noir 2019

Tamar Valley, Tasmania   |    750ml   |    12.5%
Stoney Rise is owned and operated by Joe and Lou Holyman who are building a reputation for making some of Tasmania's finest examples of Pinot Noir.

This 2019 Stoney Rise Pinot Noir is another superb Pinot Noir made from a combination of Estate grown grapes along with those purchased from small growers throughout the Tamar Valley. A release with poise and structure, this offers plenty of appeal now however should develop further complexity over the coming years.

"94 Points. Joe is really back on top in 2019 because this Pinot drinks like a Barbaresco. Fragrant and rosy, red cherry and red fruit, spice, but really such perfume and brightness here. It’s medium-bodied at most, succulent and supple, with a little bit of tang, firm graphite tannin, feels so well-knit and lithe, but with bounce and energy of fruit to go. Length is excellent, indeed, even stoney. All rise. Tasted: APR20 12% alc. $29.00 Screwcap Drink: 2020 - 2029" - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.

Availability: In stock

Only available for purchase in 6 bottle increments.
The Stoney Rise Wine Company is a boutique vineyard and cellar door based in Tasmania’s Tamar Valley. It is the brainchild of Joe Holyman and his wife Lou.

Stoney Rise was established in 2000 with an eye to produce wines that are food friendly, and offer people complex wines without too much oak, or overripe fruit characters. The name comes from a surf break in the Little Dip Conservation Park behind Robe in South Australia.
Tamar Valley
The Stoney Rise Pinot Noir is a 60/40 blend of fruit we grow and fruit we purchase from our small growers around the Tamar Valley. The 60% from our vineyard comprises just over half of the fruit from vines planted in 2004. The remainder comes from our older vines planted in 1986 - which is the component of the blend that gives this wine it's structure and backbone.

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