The kick off point for Clyde Park’s range of Pinot, and still dead serious. The Clyde Park Locale Pinot Noir 2018 trades in bony early picked fruit, the acidity fizzes and package feels taut and lean. It’s not unripe, and the bite and tannic chew make this feel substantial, but a little more fruit generosity wouldn’t go astray. I don’t mind it regardless. Best drinking: nowish. Won’t fall over any time soon. 17/20, 90/100. 12.5%, $25. Clyde Park wines. Would I buy it? A glass.
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