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One of Tasmania's most dynamic young winemakers in full flight here. An electric release of Pinot Noir that is set to drive the fans of Tasmanian Pinot wild.
The Dr. Edge Tasmanian Pinot Noir is made by Peter Dredge, the winemaker at Meadowbank and one of the finalists for the 2017 Young Gun of Wine Awards.
This wine is made from fruit from across the Apple Isle. Peter has captured the lightness and purity of Tasmanian Pinot Noir beautifully here in the 2016 release.
With 97 points from James Halliday and 95 points from Gary Walsh, this is a rockstar wine from one of Australia's most exciting young producers. Don't hesitate, allocations are limited.
What it Tastes Like
"Delicate, but complex and layered too. Red cherry, plenty of spice and leaning to a dusting of pepper, roses and vanilla, smoke and a bit of funk: pretty, but a little wild. Light to medium bodied, supple and silky, red fruits with a touch of cranberry acidity, sweetness and freshness all in one (that wonderful little berry), some twiggy and stemmy herbal lift, fine light stroke of emery board tannin, and a long and complete finish. Just so lovely." - Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)
97 points"A blend of the North, East and South wines, plus clones 777 and 115 with various techniques including whole bunch, cold soak and maceration carbonique, roughly 50% Derwent Valley, 30% East Cast and 20% Tamar Valley, all parcels pressed at the tail end of fermentation to French oak (15% new). This is the most fragrant and complex, with red cherry, dark cherry and damson plum. It has the tannin structure of Burgundy which lengthens the finish and aftertaste. Utterly gorgeous."
- James Halliday (Australian Wine Companion)
95 points"A blend of North, South and East, with ‘roughly 50% Derwent Valley, 30% East Coast and 20% Tamar Valley.’ About 400 dozen produced. The striking label (green is the original art) is a “Robert del Naja painting (aka 3D of Massive Attack, allegedly Banksy) similar to my favourite album cover he painted for an old ‘mo wax,’ album series called Headz. A break out compilation album for many back in the 90’s.”
Delicate, but complex and layered too. Red cherry, plenty of spice and leaning to a dusting of pepper, roses and vanilla, smoke and a bit of funk: pretty, but a little wild. Light to medium bodied, supple and silky, red fruits with a touch of cranberry acidity, sweetness and freshness all in one (that wonderful little berry), some twiggy and stemmy herbal lift, fine light stroke of emery board tannin, and a long and complete finish. Just so lovely."
- Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)
Closure: Screw Cap
Bottle Size: 750ml
Drink Until: 2026
About the Producer
Peter Dredge is Dr. Edge. He is one of the most intuitive and talented winemakers on the Apple Isle. Young. Hungry to make his mark. And he’s doing just that.
A nominee for the Young Gun of Wine Awards in 2017 for his work at Meadowbank, Dr. Edge is his passion project, a place where he can feel free to take risks and make Pinot Noir that truly excites him.
No variety captures the hearts and minds of the wine lover quite like Pinot Noir. It’s the unicorn of many a winemaker. Notoriously fickle to grow, this delicate red variety can deliver a kaleidoscope of flavours and aromas, from the bright and floral to the moody and mysterious and everything in between. The cooler regions of Australia are where Pinot Noir is most at home. Look to Tasmania and Victoria for the best examples, with some quality wines beginning to show from the Great Southern and from the cooler parts of NSW. Falling in love with Pinot Noir can be a life long affair, beware the charms of this most enchanting of grapes.
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