2015 Sew and Sew Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

I’ll be the first to admit to being bias when it comes to Pinot Noir.  I’m usually Tassie through and through but there’s always going to be something else that comes along which causes me to have an attitude adjustment.  That’s a good thing.

Hello Sew and Sew Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir.

Great presentation straight up.  Run your fingers over the label.  I’ll say nothing else because it is bound to get you intrigued.

Red fruits are singing on the nose so much so you have to wonder if they are drowning out something else that wants to have an influence on your olfactory senses.

The red fruits want to dominate the palate yet again but plums show their presence on the mid palate and cherries ask not to be forgotten with their, albeit, gentle influence.  It’s definitely varietal.  It’s definitely pinot noir.  It’s definitely a good, good, good wine.  It’s definitely worth seeking out.

It is these sorts of wines that give me a new respect for Adelaide Hills pinot noir and I thank Jodie Armstrong for that.


Region: Adelaide Hills     Price: $35     Source: Sample


This entry was posted in Pinot Noir. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to 2015 Sew and Sew Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

  1. Vlad Antropov says:

    Hi Tony. I’ve tasted 2013 vintage of Sew&Sew Pinot Noir and had pretty much the same impression as you: a lot of red fruit with darker hints. After some experimentation with food pairing I found a perfect match – the one that, in all honesty, I should have started with. You can read more about it here: https://www.baucalis.com/sewsew-pinot-noir-2013/



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s