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Bannockburn, Serre, Geelong, Victoria, 2010



  • Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
  • Drink: 2013 - 2025



Andrew Jefford

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Looks a little older already: bricking red. Rather sinewy, scrawny Pinot scents with some herbaceousness. On the palate, this is a very well-crafted wine with great breadth, richness and textural seduction. The problem I suspect is Pinot in this place: it still has that very insistent herbaceous edge which is very unbecoming. Keroseney finish. Please, allow the fruit to ripen a little further. If that doesn’t work, then it really is the wrong place for this variety.

Roger Jones

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Rose buds, violets and some cedar on nose. Red meat juices followed by a lovely intensity of red berries and floral nuances. Creamy texture which goes on and on; a real classy wine.

Alessandro Marchesan

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Complex and pronounced on the nose with notes of ripe strawberries and a light minty character. Structured, with spiky acidity, grippy tannins and medium-long aftertaste. Needs time.


Wine name: Serre
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content: 13%
Wine colour: Red
Wine vintage: 2010
Wine style: Red, Light-bodied
Country: Australia
Region: Victoria
Subregion: Geelong

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