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Chartley Estate Pinot Noir 2017

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Tamar Valley, Tasmania, Australia

Style: Red Wine

Variety: Pinot Noir

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Chartley Estate Pinot Noir 2017

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Camberwell VIC 3124
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Producer: Chartley Estate

Country: Australia

Region: Tasmania

Vintage: 2017

Critic Score: 96

Alcohol: 13.3%

Size: 750 ml

Drink by: 2030


Light-bodied, easygoing texture. Complex, delicious pinot - Huon Hooke

Chartley Estate is a 10-hectare family owned and run vineyard. It is situated in Northern Tasmania overlooking the waters of the Tamar River.

"A seriously good Tasmanian pinot noir from the Tamar Valley. Elegance, finesse and oodles of tangy red fruit and spice are the hallmarks of this very feminine pinot noir. Will develop magnificently in the cellar."  Nick Munday

"An amazing cool climate Pinot Noir with black cherry aromas. The palate is concentrated cherry and dark fruits and with great depth and complexity. Aged on fine French oak. Has great ageing potential."  Chartley Estate

Expert reviews

"A seriously good Tasmanian pinot noir from the Tamar Valley. Elegance, finesse and oodles of tangy red fruit and spice are the hallmarks of this very feminine pinot noir. Will develop magnificently in the cellar."  Nick Munday, Canterbury Wines - 96 points

"Light red-purple colour with a very pretty, aromatic, whole-bunchy bouquet. Raspberry and strawberry. Hints of Campari and root vegetables. Light-bodied, easygoing texture. Complex, delicious pinot. Drink: 2019-2027."  Huon Hooke, The Real Review - 95 points

Awards

Gold Medal – 2018 Australia and New Zealand Boutique Wine Show

About the winery

Chartley Estate

Chartley Estate is a 10-hectare family owned and run vineyard. It is situated in Northern Tasmania overlooking the waters of the Tamar River. It is a medal winning vineyard. Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc are the vineyard varieties. All vines are hand pruned and picked for premium quality.

"We're passionate about our wine. We know what it takes to create the best of the best. After all, we previously made a living gathering abalone from the sea - selecting precious shellfish to be savoured by those who truly appreciate fine flavours.

Our vineyard, in Tasmania's West Tamar region, retains that link to the sea, overlooking the pristine waters of the Tamar River. These days, instead of abalone, we carefully hand select the highest quality grapes from our vines, meticulously sorting and refining to achieve our premium wines.

Over the years we have worked on perfecting our winemaking, producing a range of award-winning wines that are sought out by those who appreciate the finer things in life."  Chartley Estate

Wine region map of Tasmania

Tasmania

Tasmania is a small island located below mainland Australia. It produces less than 1% of Australia’s wine but enjoys a global reputation as a leading producer of premium cool climate wines. It is prized for its top-class sparkling wine, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling.

Tasmania is home to more than 230 wineries across 7 wine regions*. The reigions Coal River Valley, East Coast, Pipers River and Tamar Valley produce around 90% of Tasmania's wine, while the other three regions Derwent Valley, Huon Valley and North West produce the remaining 10%. * Please note these 7 wine areas are considered here to be subregions of Tasmania to aid site navigation.

Tasmania is the coldest wine State in Australia. Its climate is temperate, with a distinct maritime influence from the Tasman Sea to the east, Bass Strait to the north and the Indian Ocean to the west. Summer days are temperate while winter sees some of the coldest temperatures in Australia. It's unique climate and soils combine to create ideal growing conditions for cool-climate grape varieties.