Punchy, pulpy Mornington Pinot
Packed full of juicy, bright red fruit.
Sea Glass Mornington Pinot Noir 2021
$135 / 6PK
If you were ever to have an argument about Australian regions that speak unmistakably of place (and trust us, we often do here at Mofo HQ), then Mornington Peninsula would be fighting for that top terroir spot. The wines are so vocal about their regionality you can often pick the origin before you've even taken a sip.
$135 / 6PK
Why do we love this wine?
Stunning wine. Quite Burgundian in style - a touch lighter, not quite as plush as many New World examples, and with bags of vibrant acidity that guarantees good ageing. But the flavour there is unmistakably Mornington. We’re talking redcurrants and cranberry, with a spicy edge and a trademark salinity that speaks of a region with the sea on three sides. The delicate fruit sweetness hints of grenadine cordial, but any fruit juice notions are reigned in immediately by impressively powdery tannin and a speckling of spice. This wine is built to age and will do so extraordinarily well. Serious pinot for lovers of wine as an art form as much as simply good drinking.
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