Wine Paringa Estate, "Peninsula" Pinot Noir
The wine is characterized by a translucent, bright cherry-raspberry color.
Taste wine generous and energetic, filled with tones of ripe cherry and raspberry, prune juice, as well as hints of spices and oak, grainy texture with soft tannins.
In the aromatic bouquet of wine contains tones of ripe cherries and raspberries, which are very harmoniously underlined nuances of cedar and spice.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, pasta, cheeses.
Wine series "Peninsula" (or "PE") are the base line of the three wines in the range monosortovyh Paring Estate. In recent years the winery pays great attention to its vineyards on the peninsula, making a strong emphasis on the quality of the grapes are grown.
Chief winemaker economy Lindsay McCall produced a very serious and concentrated wine "Peninsula" Pinot Noir, 2011 with generous notes of cherries and raspberries in a frame of oak tones that will not leave you indifferent. This is a fantastic wine captures its purity, completeness and vigor. Such characteristics drink provides high-quality grapes from Mornington Peninsula and, of course, accurate and intelligent work winemakers. As a rule, the grapes are harvested in early March. Winery berries destebliruyutsya and fermented on skins in the two-ton open fermentation tanks about 21 days. The wine is held in old French oak barrels.
Paringa Estate was founded by winemaker Lindsay McCall in 1985 in the heart of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, in the wine region of Victoria. Own vineyard farm, located right next to the winery - a small area of only 10 acres (4.2 ha.) It grown Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Shiraz and Pinot Gris. Also, since 2008 the winery leases a number of vineyards in other areas. In the year Paring Estate collects 220 tons of grapes from which produces 16,000 cases of wine. The current winery was built in 1998, on the upper level of the building is a restaurant that is very popular with locals and tourists. Paringa Estate is one of the most awarded wineries in Australia, especially famous for its Pinot Noir and Shiraz.