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Clyde Park, Geelong, Victoria, 2010

Clyde Park


  • Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
  • Drink: 2013 - 2030


Clyde Park

Andrew Jefford

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Much less herbaceous than its Geelong peers. Rather full and soupy and lacking the diagnostic Pinot refinement, but at least we are smelling ripeness. On the palate, by contrast, this is rather squeezed and edgy and inky and early picked, lacking the sweet open beguiling poise. Sturdy, vivid Pinot for Sauvignon lovers.

Roger Jones

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Toasty on nose then rich, creamy brambles on palate. Soft acidity, clean, fresh and lingering fruit.

Alessandro Marchesan

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Elegant and perfumed with notes of raspberries and mint on the nose. Juicy and structured with a still-grippy texture, sturdy acidity and long spicy aftertaste.


Wine name: Clyde Park
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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