Sasha Pinot Noir 2017, Pyrenees, Vic

by | Dec 31, 2019

Darker fruit style pinot with redcurrant and a hint of cranberry and cherry. Savoury palate, light bodied with light tannins and a medium finish. Well balanced. Interesting history to the vines coming from Mt Pleasant in the Hunter Valley orgininally. A Sally’s Paddock wine.

Vintage: 2017
Rating: Recommended
RRP: $27

Ratings Key:

Outstanding (Score range 95-100)

Often an internationally recognised, leading brand or winery – but not always! Produces a classic wine that is a faultless representation of the style/variety. Complexity on the nose and a seamless palate are an example of the hallmarks of an outstanding wine.

Highly Recommended (Score range 92-94)

A quality focused wine that has plenty of style. Length of palate and intensity are often key characteristics of highly recommended wines. These producers could be the ones to watch in the future.

Recommended (Score range 89-91)

An above average well-made, reflection of the style/variety, which often represents good value for money.