Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Wine of the day # 1 - Pierro L.T.C 2010

Assessment of quality
Very good quality, due to balanced body with high concentration and outstanding complexity of fruit, floral and mineral. Flavour is getting more and more intense from nose to palate to aftertaste.
An outstanding Australian wine , can identify because the character of semillon and sauvignon blanc 's typicity is clear in the note.


Clarity: Bright
Intensity: Lemon
Colour: Pale
Observations: watery rim

Condition: Clean
Development: developed (sorry, I tasted it again 3 days later)
Intensity: high
Aroma: floral, pear, lemon,

Sweetness: medium
Acidity: medium
Tannin: medium
Alcohol: mediu +
Body: full
Flavour Intensity: high
Flavour: pear, gooseberry, passionfruit, floral, peach and ended with mineral
Length: long

Readiness to drink
Ready to drink and can last for 3-4 years more. (Can't believe this is the bouquet from only 2 years of wine)

Suggested food pairing: Oyster, ocean seasfood, deep water fish.
Source: mail from Margaret River, Australia
Price: NIL
Year: 2010
Grape varietal: Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and touch of Chardonnay
Alcohol: 13.5%
Score: 95 pts (Jeremy Oliver)
Qualification: (Its Chardonnay was Langton's Outstanding Classification)
Medal: NIL

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