2019 Pachamama Pinot Noir, Yarra Valley

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Callie Jemmeson and Nina Stocker are the dynamic young winemakers behind the Pachamama label. They work with growers to make wines from across Victoria. For this beauty, the fruit came from the Full Moon vineyard in the Upper Yarra Valley.

Juicy cranberries and early-season strawberries announce themselves immediately as the wine hits the glass. A few minutes later, the aromas develop into  sultry rhubarb with fresh cinnamon sticks and star anise.

It’s and floral on the palate, like rosewater splashed on fresh berries. But there’s depth here too – musky and earthy; an early-morning rainforest trail. The complexity is supported by powdery-fine tannins, and bright, balanced acidity.

Drink with duck liver pâté slathered on lightly toasted brioche.

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