Initially I was planning to bring a Bindi Pinot Noir to the tasting reported in my last post. However, I could only put my hands on a Dixon (Level 3 in the Bindi hierarchy), which I thought may not quite measure up. This was probably the right decision, although this is a good wine.
The 2014 Bindi Dixon Pinot Noir has a light to medium purple colour. This translated into a medium weight wine with predominantly black cherry and black olive flavours. The wine has a good structure. This is an elegant wine, based on smooth silky tannins. The finish could have been a bit longer.