The notoriously fickle Pinot Noir, both on vine and in the winery, proves high-maintenance throughout. Just look at the prices for the best expressions worldwide; you’d need a Melbourne Cup winner just to partake.
Which is where Rageous comes in.
Sangiovese is the spine, quivering with acidity, sought out by Italians. Attached is the dark cherry, dried fig, roses and warm embrace of Shiraz. Pinot Noir takes over the final furlong for a luxurious, satin-silk finish.
For strict and outraged Pinot-philes we have to taste new vintages of 17 Rows Pinot Noir 2014, Musk Creek Pinot Noir 2016 and Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir 2016.