Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2022

Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2022

 

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Tolpuddle
Pinot Noir 2022
  • Année : 2022
  • Pays : Australie
  • Région : Tasmania
  • Sous-région
  • Type : Rouge
  • Style Rouge Riche et Epicé
  • Format : 75cl
  • Alcool : 13°
  • Cépages : 100% Pinot Noir

Experts Note Année
BC Bob Campbell MW 98 2022
JH James Halliday 96 2022
DCT Decanter 96 2022
JS James Suckling 95 2022
RP Robert Parker 96 2021
WS Wine Spectator 95 2021
WE Wine Enthusiast 94 2021
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Bob Campbell MW (BC) : 98 Points (2022)
"Impressively deep, rich purple-red colour, unusual in Australian pinot noir. The bouquet is loaded with black cherry, blackberry and spice aromas, a hint of smoky oak adding charcuterie and fivespice nuances, while the palate is voluptuously full and rich, decadently flavoured, with luxurious flesh and fruit, abundant fine/soft tannins and terrific length. There are some whole-bunch nuances which are beautifully incorporated into the wide array of flavours. A totally convincing and thoroughly impressive Aussie pinot noir to compare with the best in the world. " (Huon Hooke, The Real Review) (11/2023)

James Halliday (JH) : 96 Points (2022)
Tolpuddle has firmly cemented its position at the pointy end of the Tasmanian pinot noir pyramid, consistently producing knockout wines that have become a benchmark for the region. Nothing changes with the 2022 release, which shows wonderful fruit intensity and oodles of pinosity in a graceful package. Lovely pure dark cherry and wild strawberry fruits, cut with exotic spice, charcuterie, roasting game, shiitake broth, amaro herbs, purple floral tones and complex forest floor notes. Textural and elegant yet with an undercurrent of latent power and intensity,a tight tannin frame and a long finish that shows balance and poise. Just wonderful stuff.

Decanter (DCT) : 96 Points (2022)
Planted in 1988, this cool, northeast-facing vineyard (benefiting from being in a rain shadow) was bought in a spur of the moment decision by cousins Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith MW (of Shaw & Smith in the Adelaide Hills) in 2011. This is fermented and matured in oak barrels, about 30% new, using a proportion of whole bunch fruit. Anne Krebiehl MW: Darker fruit, peony petal, Ceylon tea. Translucent and peppery, crunchy, fine tannin: a beautifully marginal Pinot. Justin Knock MW: Beguiling nose, maritime notes, fragrant spices, cumin, red fruits, layers of flavour. Everything is here and in balance. Wonderful. Dirceu Vianna Junior MW: Generous, expressive, ripe red and dark fruits and a hint of leafiness and spice. Elegant and combines lots of ripe juicy fruit with savoury complexity.

James Suckling (JS) : 95 Points (2022)
Very good Tassie pinot. Root spice and earthy forestry notes of dried porcini dashi, autumnal leaves and loganberry, set in relief against a swathe of darker cherry. The spiky whole bunch inclusion is evident across the finish reeling off a whiff of dill and mezcal, yet it is largely buried by the extract and density. This should age very well, as the record at this address attests.

Robert Parker (RP) : 96 Points (2021)
Riffing off the same playbook as the excellent 2020 Pinot Noir, this 2021 Pinot Noir is fine, floral, mineral, structured and if possible, a little more structured and perfect than the 2020. It captures a ductile flow of tannin that shapes the fruit, capturing a glistening display of perfectly ripe, restrained fruit. Together, it makes for a polished, scintillating wine. Exceptional. Best After 2022. Rating: 96+

Wine Spectator (WS) : 95 Points (2021)
Offers a memorable, aromatic core of fleshy black cherry, hints of clove and notes of five-spice, with accents of wintergreen, black licorice and cigar box. Reveals black tea, toasted herb and Mexican chocolate accents that linger on the long, satiny finish.

Wine Enthusiast (WE) : 94 Points (2021)
Burgundy-inspired, this renowned Tassie vineyard delivers a complex, classic and still quite young Pinot. Charred mushroom and olive notes mingle with ripe black cherry and blueberry fruit. Mint and chocolaty oak are tucked beneath. It’s dense and tightly wound when first opened but with air, it reveals layers of flavor, focus and harmony.

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Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2022 Reviewed by Bob Campbell MW 12-02-2024 . Score: 5