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2014 ‘The Big Blind’ Nebbiolo Barbera – Museum Release

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Museum Release 2014 Nebbiolo Barbera
This wine demonstrates the perfect marriage of these two Piedmontese varieties – the fruit and acidity of Barbera melds perfectly with the savoury character and structure of Nebbiolo.Although it’s an approachable style from a single vineyard near Kersbrook in the northern Adelaide Hills (340m above sea level on complex sandy clay loams over shale), it’s also serious kit!

Tasting Note
2012 The Big Blind Barbera/Nebbiolo Adelaide Hills

5 August 2016 by Julia Harding MW. Score: 16.5

Subtle aroma with hints of red fruit and a very slight perfume. And a touch of leather and spice. On the palate, this is absolutely delicious – the alcohol is well in balance, there’s vibrant freshness and a restrained but definite structure – the tannins are there but the bones are not protruding beyond the fruit. As it opens in the glass, it becomes more aromatic but not different from those initial impressions. Finishes both fruity and savoury – mostly savoury. Deliciously drinkable, and persistent.

2011 'The Big Blind' Adelaide Hills Nebbiolo Barbera

Gourmet Traveller Wine, Feb/March 2015, Huon Hooke, page 143. 93 points

Medium to full brick red colour. The bouquet is complex, showing leather, charcuterie, cured meats and a trace of dried herbs. It's rich and ripe in the mouth with lovely flavour depth and balance, savoury and drying.

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