Chatto Wines Pinot Noir 2021 Chatto Wines "Lutruwita" Pinot Noir - Tasmania

2021 Chatto Wines "Lutruwita" Pinot Noir - Tasmania

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Lutruwita was born of the Tasmanian bushfires in 2019. The Huon Valley suffered from smoke taint. Jim was able to source parcels of fruit from vineyards in the North of Tasmania (Marions and Pipers Brook), he made single vineyard wines but also produced his first Tasmanian Regional Blend in the Lutruwita. A quirk of fate that has delivered yet another amazing Tasmanian Pinot Noir. Now sourced from multiple vineyards from Huon in the South to Marions in the North, it is a perfect example of powerful Tasmanian Pinot Noir.

"...  this is the all Tasmania blend. Huon, Coal, East Coast and Tamar. Built from the single vineyard wines.

High toned spice, very fragrant, dried flowers, red cherry, a bit of undergrowth. Fancy scents. Crisp and bright to taste, good concentration, more spice here, almost tactile and prickly, but let’s say lively – a serious feeling pinot noir with plenty to sink one’s teeth into. Refined, and very good feel here."

93 Points - Mike Bennie - The Wine Front

"Pinot noir sourced from West Tamar, Pipers River, Coal River Valley and the East Coast. Red and dark cherry fruit aromas with notes of fine spice, pressed purple flowers, raspberry, leaf litter and stone. Lithe and sure of fruit on the palate with some darker fruit tones flowing in, darker spice, too, with chalky tannin support and a lovely mineral-acid cadence."

93 Points - Dave Brooks - Halliday Wine Companion

With 25+ years of winemaking experience, Jim Chatto is also a senior wine show judge with over 20 years of experience across both regional, capital city shows and was the Chairman of Judges for the National Wine Show of Australia 2014-2016.

In 1998 Jim moved to Tasmania as the inaugural winemaker for Rosevears Estate in the Tamar Valley. He fell in love with Tasmanian Pinot Noir, and a girl called Daisy.

Most recently Jim has been the winemaking genius behind the recent resurgence in quality and fame of Mount Pleasant Wines, all the while producing his own Pinot Noirs in Tasmania. In 2019 Jim was announced Gourmet Traveller Wine Winemaker of the Year.  


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