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Tyrrell's Wines Lost Block Pinot Noir 2007, South Eastern, Australia: Vintages Wine Panel: As the story goes, the Lost Block was so named following the 1993 vintage when it was mistakenly allowed to ripen for a longer period than usual. After recovering the plot, the team at Tyrrell’s was impressed by the fruit-laden, easy-drinking character of the finished wines. Today, the Lost Block wines are intentionally made to emulate this soft, friendly, fruit-forward style. This medium-bodied Pinot is a terrific value with bright cherry and strawberry flavors and a suave texture. My note: A joyful wine that opens with zingy ripe cherries and raspberries. Lovely gamey notes on the palate are interwoven with violets and minerals. Great mouth-watering, food-friendly acidity with a plush medium-bodied texture. Screwcap. 77644 13% D 750 mL $19.95 Score: 90/100. January 31, 2009 Full Review
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