Crimson 2009 is characterised by dark cherry fruit and earthy complexity; the product of a warm vintage that delivered a wonderful spread of tannins from both the skins and the ripe, nut-brown seeds. There are savoury, gamey notes as well as hints of crushed rose petals on the nose, altogether more evocative of Burgundy than typical, fruit-forward New World pinots. The palate has a long, satisfying, flavoursome finish.
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