Place Of Changing Winds Between Two Mountains Pinot Noir 2021


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Region: Heathcote, VIC
Grapes: Pinot Noir
First Glance: 96pts

The Wine:
Place of Changing Winds is a unique high-density vineyard situated on the southern foothills of Mount Macedon in central Victoria, Australia. Established in 2012 by wine buyer and importer Robert Walters, with the aim to create a small, high-density vineyard that could produce exceptional wines. The winery is named after its original name given by the Wurundjeri people, who called it Warekilla, or Place of Changing Winds, which still holds true today. 

The Review:
Mike Bennie, The Wine Front - 96pts
"About 15% whole bunches here. According to Rob Walters this was the year that the vines seemed to kick in in a different way, with a sense of maturity now in place, to an extent.

Supple textured, deep and gently savoury, mellow red and black cherry fruit characters, sourness in a pleasant sense, alpine herbs, a slick dusting of clove and cinnamon, bright, blood orange acidity and licks of game meat, truffle and autumnal savoury elements. It feels fine and fancy, exquisite in detail of flavours and beautiful texture. Sensational, really. Top flight."