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Hurley Hommage Pinot Noir 2018 Victoria Mornington Peninsula

$63.95

Hurley Hommage Pinot Noir 2018 bright raspberry, cherry and strawberry flavours with a touch of deli meat too. Spicy and juicy on the palate, and there’s a forest-like or earthy flavour on the back palate.

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Hurley Hommage Pinot Noir 2018

Hurley Hommage Pinot Noir 2018 bright raspberry, cherry and strawberry flavours with a touch of deli meat too. Spicy and juicy on the palate, and there’s a forest-like or earthy flavour on the back palate.

The Vineyard

Hurley Vineyard wraps north to east around the crest of a little volcanic hill in three climats: Lodestone, Hommage and Garamond. Sunlit and airy, it is protected by the surrounding topography.

We owe our terroir to fire and water – the fire of the Eocene volcanoes and the waters of the Southern Ocean, the Tasman Sea and the Port Phillip and Western Port Bays. The volcanoes provided our soil – which is very dark reddish-brown in colour and very fine sandy clay-loam in texture. Full of ironstone, it is free-draining and moisture-retentive. The ocean, sea and two bays – which the Mornington Peninsula runs between – moderate our climate and keep it even and cool.

Hurley Vineyard is at 90 m altitude in the south-eastern lowland hills of the Peninsula in the sub-region formed by Balnarring and Merricks. It has a rainfall of about 750 mm annually. With 350 mm usually falling in the growing season, the low-yielding vines are not irrigated. This is beautiful terroir for growing Pinot Noir.

Winemaking

Hurley Vineyard Pinot Noir is made by traditional methods on the estate. We have stated our philosophy and objective – the expression of terroir with the honest purity of the peal of a bell. Our techniques for harvesting, fermenting and maturing the wines are all directed at revealing the truth about these wines and the place from which they come, and perhaps a little about ourselves. We want to celebrate and contribute to the evolution of a modern, vibrant Australian culture. In doing so we offer respect to the country in which these vineyards have been grown. As the Boonewrung offered that respect, so do we. As the Hurley family offered that respect, so do we. Thus the circle of life turns over the generations in this country which is so remarkably propitious for Pinot Noir.

Additional information

Brands

Hurley Vineyards

Country

Australia, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Price

$50 – $100

Varietal

Pinot Noir

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