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Penfolds Bin 23 Pinot Noir 2022

Penfolds Bin 23 Pinot Noir 2022

95, 94 & 93 POINT RATED PONPT NOIR

$ 49.99 /bottle by the straight dozen
Single bottle price $50.99
Customer reviews
Why to buy:
  • 95 Point Rated Ray Jordan 

  • 94 Point Rated Tyson Stelzer

  • 93 Point Rated Dave Brookes Halliday Wine Companion 

  • 92 Point Rated Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front 
Specifications:
Vintage: 2022
Source/Region:

Tasmania

Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar up to 2031
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 13.50
Standard Drinks: 8.00
Rating: 95
Tasting Notes:

Aromatically, this wine is remarkably complex for a lighter bodied style, tantalising. Dark cherries, strawberry sorbet and barberries provide a delightful aromatic lift. The fruit is ably supported by an enchanting oak-char nuance. Earthy forest floor, bramble and truffle notes add further complexity. On the savoury side of the equation are notes of cold lamb, capocollo and pimento stuffed olives in brine. Wet slate and river pebbles round out a complex aromatic profile. A lovely texture on the palate, with fine, delicate tannins and just ripe phenolics. Steely acidity drives the length providing succulent minerality. Cherry pips, sour cherry and cranberry are complemented by an Aperol-like bitterness on the finish. Very seductive, the second glass beckons. A versatile wine to pair with food, especially duck and other game dishes.


Technical:

Tasmania’s winter rainfall was below average, however a wetter than average October resulted in favourable soil moisture profiles leading into budburst. A series of cold fronts brought spring snow to elevated parts of the state, but there were no frost events in the vineyards. Canopy health stayed strong but not overly vigorous. Lower spring temperatures and gusty winds during flowering resulted in lower than anticipated yields. Warmer summer temperatures prevailed throughout the season, however there were no days recorded >35°C. The optimal conditions during veraison ensured there was no disease pressure. Bunch weights were below average; however, quality was exceptional in both company and grower vineyards. “The 2022 Bin 23 Continues The Evolution Of The Style, Expressing Complex Varietal Nuance And Lovely Balance.” – Tom Shanahan, Penfolds Red Winemaker

Accolades & Awards:

95 Point Rated- Ray Jordan 

"This marks the continuing refinement and stylist interpretation if this variety from Penfolds. The fruit comes from vineyards in Tasmania. Fragrant spicy forest floor and sour cherry on the nose with a polished and seductively medium-bodied elegance on the palate. Seamless integration of fruit and oak. A distinctive vibrant cranberry juice lift adds to the palate. One of the best of this relatively late inclusion in the portfolio. The best pinot yet with the influence of the cooler Tassie fruit a key factor."


94 Point Rated - Tyson Stelzer

"Juicy, fruity and friendly, this is a Bin 23 that revels in layers of fresh strawberries and raspberries, beautifully enlivened with the bright acidity of 2022 and set to an impeccable mesh of super-fine tannins. This is a label that is increasingly distancing itself from the Penfolds red winemaking stereotype as it more articulately captures the compelling voice of Tasmanian pinot. A noble evolution indeed!"


93 Point Rated - Dave Brookes Halliday Wine Companion 

"First released as an Adelaide Hills pinot noir in 1997, today the fruit source for Bin 23 has shifted to the isle of Tasmania. This wine from the low-yielding 2022 vintage was matured in French oak barriques (35% new). Bright red in the glass with a lively aromatic profile showing characters of red cherry, cranberry and wild strawberry along with hints of sous bois, white truffle, mushroom broth, forest floor, exotic spice and game meats. Medium bodied and fine of frame on the palate showing some nice gamey nuance and a sense of space and clarity. Minerally acidity provides the pulse and the finish fans out with spiced cherry, Peking duck and light amaro tones."


92 Point Rated - Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front 

"I have to keep reminding myself that Penfolds Bin 23 is from Tasmania (only) now. I still think of it as an Adelaide Hills wine, which is yet another example of me living in the past. I digress. This wine sees 35% new oak.

It’s a pretty release. It’s all rose petals and sweet red cherries. It has very good freshness this year; gone are the more stewed fruit characters of yore. The finish is smoky, herbal and complex. This release sits on the high side of competent. I’m the last person to suggest a price increase, and I’d reckon that Penfolds already has too many wines in its range, but as I tasted this I thought: Penfolds should really go for gold with pinot noir and try to make something spectacular, rather than putting up this annual stocking filler. I digress again."


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