Eastern Peake Intrinsic Pinot Noir 2006
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Eastern Peake vineyard was established in 1983 on a high plateau overlooking the Creswick valley. 25km north west of Ballarat. the vineyard sits at 430m on top of the Great Dividing Range. Weathered basalt soils and good marginal climatic conditions contribute to these complex and unique wines. This smart Pinot is made in miniscule quantities.
“Norm Latta had no intention of making wine when he planted Eastern Peake Winery that same year. His pinot went into what was then Mount Chalambar bubbly. When that label disappeared. he decided to make his grapes into serious wine. Latta and his son Owen now make a pinot that is among the finest in the land.
This is fragrant and tangy smelling with currant and raspberry. Attacks tight and cumquat tangy and then builds lovely creamy. raspberry. woodsy flavours. Fabulous stuff that will evolve well in bottle for at least five years. ” Review by Tim White. Age Melbourne Magazine. June 2009.