The Wildside Tasmanian Pinot Noir is made from fruit drawn from across the apple isle. While many Tassie Pinots can be understated and take a little time to come out of their shell, this example is bright, fresh and juicy from the first sip. It has strong Pinot characters with complex rhubarb and dark cherry fruits topped with earth and spice. The wine is then quite generous and fleshy, with a mushroomy edge plus a long supple finish. Good value for Tasmania and also has the weight to stand up to tuna steaks.