The Eddystone Point range comes from the pedigreed stable of Bay of Fires and is guided into the bottle by local lad Stewart Byrne. Strong releases that more than hold their own.
Eddystone Point, Pinot Noir, Tasmania, 2018
Medium cerise in hue. Lightly fragrant red cherry, raspberry juice, sweeter red toffee apple, a touch of choc/orange and cassia bark. Medium bodied, a little stalky spice for flair and with very fine tannins. Showing elegant Pinot bones and not hiding the fact it’s made for early consumption, there’s a just a little spike of heat that pierces the flow at the finish. All in all, very delectable.
Rating: 18/20 (92/100)
Wine sample courtesy of Bay Of Fires