Is this new Tamar Valley version more spicy than the East Coast 2018 version? I think, Yes! Both are refined, pleasingly more savoury than many Tassie pinots; but they each have their own subtle personality. Tonight, the Tamar gave me a little more spice and a hint of stalk. Oak was a no-show. Lighter in feel and weight on the tongue than the East Coast version, with dry spices (eg white pepper) supported by quieter red fruits. 13% alc. Loved it with Moroccan Chicken and salad. - Michael L
Two Tonne Tasmania began in early 2013 when kind yields allowed young winemaker Ricky Evans to nudge into the tightly held Tamar Valley. An opportunity arose, he grasped it and TTT began, yes, with a couple of tonne of Pinot Noir. A simple and literal name, a reference and reminder of what they are all about; Small Parcels | Big Love.
The TTT style is purposeful, with the aim to facilitate a situation where intervention is not necessary. They believe that with care and attention in the vineyard, and precise harvest decisions, they are most of the way to achieving the TTT style. The rest is nurturing.
- Distributor Note
|Product Type||Wine Red Pinot Noir|