Catch Cry Tasmania Pinot Noir 2013 - 12 Bottles

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The Pinot Noir grapes used to create this juicy red wine were harvested from lush vineyards in Tasmania. Gently crushed and wild fermented, the wine was made with minimal intervention. Catch Cry Pinot Noir displays bold colours and a full-flavoured palate. Spicy and floral aromas flow off the gentle bouquet, while the palate is packed with ripe flavours of plum, black cherry and firm oak. These intense fruit characters intermix with the velvety tannins to provide a satisfying and appealing finale. With a cellaring potential of 2 to 4 years, this marvelous wine pairs well with roasted chicken, salmon, pasta and game birds.

$22.99 per bottle
$275.88 for 12 bottles
$ 275.88

WINERY INFORMATION

Founded in 1988 by Grant Burge and his wife Helen, Grant Burge Wines is listed amongst the most prestigious wineries of the Barossa region. The Burges have been living in Barossa Valley since 1855, with Grant being a fifth-generation vigneron with decades of winemaking experience at his disposal. The Catch Cry label is a beloved wine series marketed under the Grant Burge name.

TASTING NOTES

The Pinot Noir grapes used to create this juicy red wine were harvested from lush vineyards in Tasmania. Gently crushed and wild fermented, the wine was made with minimal intervention. Catch Cry Pinot Noir displays bold colours and a full-flavoured palate. Spicy and floral aromas flow off the gentle bouquet, while the palate is packed with ripe flavours of plum, black cherry and firm oak. These intense fruit characters intermix with the velvety tannins to provide a satisfying and appealing finale. With a cellaring potential of 2 to 4 years, this marvelous wine pairs well with roasted chicken, salmon, pasta and game birds.

More Information
Alcohol 13.50%
Region Tasmania
Varieties Pinot Noir
Vintage 2013*
VIP Exclusive No
Brand Catch Cry Wines
Vintage Note *Vintage may vary. Every effort is made to ensure the current vintage is displayed, however variations can occur.