Established in 1982, Dromana Estate was influential in moulding the Mornington Peninsula into the superb wine region it is known as today, all of which fall under brand labels Dromana Estate, Tuerong Park, and Mornington Estate. The grapes are grown in the stunning 18.20 hectare vineyard. The Tuerong Park range of wines have been created to showcase the iconic varietals grown on their home vineyard, on the Mornington Peninsula.
This is wonderfully composed and complex on the nose showing sweet cherry, thyme, clove and toasted nut aromas with a hint of warm mushroom. The concentrated palate offers beautifully layered mouthfeel and spicy nuances, finishing superbly long and expansive. At its best: 2022 to 2032. Price: $45.00; Date Tasted: September 2021; Rating: 94 Points; Sam Kim; Wine Orbit
A pallid ruby hue shifts into a gear of aromatic intensity with riffs on fecund strawberry, red cherry, sassafras and rose hip. I like this. There is a real succulence to the mid-palate as the scents reverberate across a gentle twine of tannic astringency, well nestled oak and crunchy maritime acidity, towing it long. An effortless wine that is ready to drink, although primary notes will shuffle to forestry and gamey scents with five-years or so of patience. Less sweet than many Australian Pinots. Savoury, pliant and expansive. Delicious. Rating: 93+ Points; Ned Goodwin, Master of Wine
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