Giant footsteps Apple Jack Pinot Noir 2021, APPLEJACK Vineyard is one of the best Pinot Noir origins in Australia, this Pinot Noir is deep purple, with aromas of maraschino cherries and plums, violets, spices and mild savory Flavor, exudes exotic flavor, and APPLEJACK's signature grape aroma, the palate is vibrant and fresh, with smooth and rich tannins.

(Provided by 3H Wines) [Reporter Tu Yingru/Report from Taipei] The new wine from Giant Steps, one of the top 100 wineries in Australia, has arrived in Taiwan. The latest vintage of Jack Single Vineyard Pinot Noir, No. 18 "Yarra Valley Pinot Noir".

In the Footsteps of Giants Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2021 is the world’s top 100 wine with the highest CP value in history. Yarra Valley regional-level wines use grapes from their own single vineyard, which are 100% hand-picked and fermented with wild yeast , matured in French oak barrels for 8 months, through the gravity flow method, the clarification and filtration are minimized. Rich in layers, with earl gray tea, cherry, red berry, spice, salted caramel flavor.

(Courtesy of 3H Wines) Located in Victoria's Yarra Valley, Giant Steps is recognized as the global benchmark for cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

The winery was established in 1998 when founder Phil Sexton scoured for rare plots of land that would produce quality grapes, including high terrain, ancient geology, sunny slopes, regular rainfall, cool, cold nighttime temperatures, and gentle breezes that protect the mountains and other conditions.

Under such demanding conditions, he finally came to Sexton in the Yarra Valley to produce simple, textured and affordable Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, each wine clearly showcased the Yarra Valley. terroir.

Wombat Creek Pinot Noir 2021 Wombat Creek Vineyard is the highest altitude vineyard in the Yarra Valley, the best place to produce extreme cool climate wine.

The vineyard was planted in 1988.

Due to the underlying iron-rich volcanic soil, it develops a unique soft yet firm taste.

Because of its excellent quality, Giant Steps decided to produce it as a single vineyard.

Strawberry, raspberry, rose petal, vanilla and mineral notes, fine and silky tannins, vibrant acidity.

(Provided by 3H Wines) He named his winery after the jazz god John Coltrane's album "Giant Steps", hoping that the winery will be as superb as this album.

The chief winemaker, Steve Flamsteed, has been brewing a series of single-vineyard wines since 2003, and only selects grapes that can best express the terroir in the best vineyards in good years. Therefore, the output is very limited, and in some years there are only 200 wines. box.

Wine authority James Halliday once used Giant Steps as an example - there are also wineries in Australia that can express wines from a single vineyard, and proposed to be certified like Burgundy.

Giant Footsteps Sexton Park Pinot Noir 2021, Sexton's single vineyard is located on the steep slopes of the Wallamat Mountains. It has been planted since 1997, adjacent to the iconic Yarra Winery YARRA YERING and COLDSTREAM HILLS of vineyards, one of the most highly regarded in the valley.

Because it is located on the north-facing slope of the mountain range, the surface layer of gravel loam is very thin, and the underlying layer is hard block rock and clay. The root system takes root in this environment, the grape yield is extremely low, and it gives the wine body silky tannin, structure Firm, with great aging potential, aromas of plum skin, figs, blueberries and spices, strawberries, cherries.

(Provided by 3H Wines) Giant Steps wines have won more than 34 medals and more than 100 gold medals at major international and domestic exhibitions, and are the only wines that have won the Wine & Spirits 100 award for five consecutive years. An Australian winery with the title of Grand Winery.

Winning Wine and Spirits 2022 Top 100 Winery, Wine Enthusiast 2022 Top 100 Wine No. 1, Applejack Vineyard Pinot Noir 2020 95 points... and other honors, and is known for its sustainable environment winemaking philosophy, Giant Steps and its The cooperative grape farmers are committed to sustainable agriculture, using natural growth and 100% manual picking, especially to improve the natural microbial ecology to promote local natural yeast fermentation.

Advocating natural winemaking technology, through the gravity gravity method, with the least clarification and filtration, it fully demonstrates the terroir of the Yarra Valley.

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