A Devilishly Good Tasmanian PinotNick Passmore
One of the hardest tasks in the wine world is to make good pinot noir. The only thing harder, perhaps, is to make good pinot noir at a reasonable price. That is why, when I come across a wine like this treat, the 42°S Pinot Noir from Tasmania at a mere bagatelle of $18, I fell like shouting the achievement from the rooftops.
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