Curly Flat Pinot Noir 2007 is “complex and layered” and “will age for many years”.
Culry Flat Pinot Noir 2007 has received fantastic reviews and accolades. It is drinking well now but has great ageing potential. Good to read Phil Moraghans personal tasting notes – “Generous, and already complex, with layers of red and black fruits; herbal, earthy, forest forest floor tones; leather, five spice and cigar box; subtle oak. Palate: Medium to muscular body, with complexity of the bouquet showing through; velvety mouth feel with lots of fine ripe tannins; solid acidity, balanced with ample juicy primary fruit. Seamless line and length, with long, chewy finish. Overall Impression: A young but complex, layered, textured Pinot Noir that will build further complexity with time in bottle. Cellaring: Generous fruit allows for early drinking, but this wine will age for many years. Probably peaking around 2016.”