The Sidewood 2014 Pinot Gris (Adelaide Hills) wine is of the Pinot Gris variety from Australia, produced within the nan vineyard in the South Australia province. The cost is $18. This wine has a score of 98/100 (an outstanding score).
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The 62 Cabernet Sauvignon in this blend is just a fraction of the total.
In the first few years of the vintage, the wine is not showing quite as much fruit as the previous vintage. It is still very young, still a young wine, but will be better from 2017. Drink from 2020.
This is a light-bodied wine from the Douro, a region close to Douro’s famous Douro vineyards. It is a rounded, soft wine, structured with black currants and a dense structure. The acidity and spice from wood aging have made it a wine to drink now. Drink from 2024.
This wine has a warm and spicy character, as much fruit as acidity. It is soft and full of juicy green fruits, its acidity already integrated. While it has potential for aging, it is already accessible. Drink from 2024.
Made from 60-year-old vines in the Douro vineyards, this is a soft, rounded wine. The fruit is ripe, generous and ready to drink. The acidity and the bright mineral texture keep it fresh and lively. The aftertaste is ripe and ready to drink. Drink from 2024.
The next step in the development of this award-winning wine is the addition of a new single-vineyard Bordeaux-style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Decadent, fresh and clean, it delivers scents of smoke, herb and farm animal, with a hint of pine sap. It’s delicate, tight and bright, with a long, mineral finish.
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