Pressing Matters has been producing premium Tasmanian wine since 2006. They focus on two varieties, Pinot Noir and Riesling, which are extremely well suited to the cool climate of the Coal River Valley.
A lively wine with some whole bunch/stalk nuances that do, however, allow the fruit flavours to fall free. The one question: is there a touch of mint here, and, if so, what caused it? Drink to: 2025; Price: $65.00; Date Tasted: Mar 2019; Alcohol: 13.7%; Rating: 94 Points; James Halliday Wine Companion
Medium to full red/purple with a slightly medicinal nose, angelica notes, Campari too – from whole-bunch ferment – and nice fruit sweetness in the mouth. A finer, more elegant style. Lovely elegance and fruit-driven charm. Rating: 95 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review,
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