2019 Anim Pinot Noir
Max and Siobhan, the couple behind this wine, met at the Gnadenberg Church on the Hill of Grace.
Sounds like it was meant to be, They galavanted around the globe, making wine in NZ, France, Germany and Oregon. On return to their roots in Australia, they settled in Tasmania. Anim is their small, family project, named after their three daughters. Its aim is to highlight unique sites and special parcels from southern Tasmania. The wines are made in tiny volumes - we don't get much. This could easily be entry level Burgundy. Order some Golden Century duck pancakes and let your mouth do all the work.