Estate Pinot Noir, 2020 – AbV Group

Estate Pinot Noir, 2020

Bass Phillip

Min order: 1 case (6 bottles)
$94.95 per bottle
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Min order: 1 case (6 bottles)
$94.95 per bottle
  • CountryAustralia,
  • RegionGippsland,
  • ColourRed,
  • VarietalPinot Noir,

Fruit driven aromas of mainly red berry fruits like raspberry, a dash of rhubarb and cranberry. Pure, unadulterated Pinot Noir. A silky fine palate with sweet berry flavours filling the middle palate with a soft, rounded structure; at once expressive and varietal. A delightful introduction to the Bass Phillip style.

Producer: Bass Phillip

Bass Phillip is named after George Bass and Arthur Phillip – men of great pioneering spirit, foresight and leadership during the nineteenth century. The Bass Phillip vineyards were first established, many years later, in the southeastern corner of Australia in 1979, specialising in high-quality pinot noir and chardonnay wines.

Winemaking at Bass Phillip is uncompromising and driven by the respect for nature. The vineyards have been organic since 1993 and biodynamic since 2002. All wine production processes at Bass Phillip are guided by the cosmic rhythms that impart energy and vibrancy into the wines.

Made in a simple and traditional manner, with low-cropped vineyards, no irrigation and minimal intervention in the winery, the wines of Bass Phillip display flavours which are characteristic of the region and their individual vineyards. Deep mineral-rich soils, natural high humidity, and cooler temperatures in South Gippsland is also part of the magic that delivers the length, complexity, flavors, balanced acidity, and natural minerality to Bass Phillip wines. Combining undivided attention to detail in the vineyards and winery, and an insatiable passion for quality wine experiences, Bass Phillip produces extraordinary wines one vintage after another.

The most recent vintages of Bass Phillip pinot noir are the best we have produced. We put this down to older vines, more experience in winemaking, and continued sustainable practices in both the vineyards and winery.

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