Adelaide Hills, 92 points, 4.5 stars Beautifully fruited and inviting, the bouquet shows white flesh nectarine, green rockmelon, lemon pith and sweet basil aromas, followed by a succulent palate that is elegantly weighted and vibrant. The wine offers pristine fruit intensity together with fine texture and refreshing acidity, leading to a lingering tasty finish. At its best: now to 2022 Reviewed: March 2019
Stunning vertical of Riposte By Tim Knappstein & Son Pinot Noirs from 2010 to 2018 with a few Reserve wines in the mix, too - proving that these guys are one of the finest exponents of this grape variety in Australia. See the video here.
Riposte The Sabre Pinot Noir 2016 Posted on 29 November 2018. Riposte’s The Sabre Pinot Noir has been a pretty happy hunting ground over the years. Drinkability in spades. Juicy cherry and dried herb notes with flashes of musk and cedarspice. Feels satiny in the mouth for the most part though the finish is a little more rugged. Fruit offset by tang and spice. Nicely done. Rated : 90 Points
The Dagger Pinot Noir 2017, Adelaide Hills, South Australiaby Tim Knappstein and Son It is safe to say that Tim Knappstein is a legend in the Australian wine scene. He has worked in the business since 1966 and has totted up more than 500 wine-show awards, including 120 gold medals and 24 trophies. Having worked at the famous Clare Valley winery, Leasingham, in 1976 he started his own wine company, Tim Knappstein Wines. A true pioneer, in 1981 Tim was the first to plant a vineyard in the Lenswood area...