Tread Softly Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

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Fruit for the Tread Softly premium range was Sourced from established vineyards of the Coldstream sub region of the Yarra Valley. Single Vineyard Pinot noir that was hand picked then cold soaked for three days prior to a cool ferment and pressed at dryness. It was then left on its lees for five months before bottling without any sulphur.

A lighter rendition of Yarra Valley Pinot Noir with a light colour in the glass but a pretty nose that display all the hallmarks of the variety. The palate is light with crunchy red fruits and a cleansing burst of acidity on the finish. Pair with duck pancakes A great pinot for the price. Simply give it a light chill and drink with any seafood that takes your fancy.

Grape Variety: 100% Pinot Noir

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Additional Details

SKU:
14236-UNIT
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
11.8
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Pinot Noir
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Region:
Yarra Valley

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