Paradigm Hill L’ami Sage Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir
I have always held Paradigm Hill in the utmost respect but have never before recommended L’Ami Sage because the oak never seemed to sit quite right. No longer! Tangy acidity and firm, fine, textural tannins propel pure black cherry fruit, cloves and nutmeg onwards and upwards. $47 at cellar door.
By Tyson Stelzer
12 Oct 2011
Tyson Stelzer is a multi-award winning wine writer, television host and producer and international speaker. He was named The International Wine & Spirit Communicator of the Year, The Australian Wine Communicator of the Year and The International Champagne Writer of the Year. He is the author and publisher of seventeen wine books, the chief editor of the Halliday Wine Companion, contributor to many wine magazines, a frequent judge and chair at Australian wine shows and a presenter at wine events in 12 countries. TysonStelzer.com is your link to wine recommendations, book sales, tours and events.