Oakridge Hazeldene Pinot Noir

Macerated cherries, cranberry and blueberry fruit, brown spice, wet earth, explosion of attention demanding flavours, redskin fruit, silky fruit tannin and crunchy acidity.

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Shark Point Mornington Pinot Noir

Bright cherry and dark berry fruit emanate from this wine. Fresh, lifted and fragrant, its clean and focused on fruit purity. Hints of subtle spice and brooding complexity, wrapped in a cloak of fruit.

Stoneleigh Wild Valley Pinot Noir

The ultimate expression of minimal intervention winemaking philosophy, this wine is wild fermented by the micro-flora that occur naturally in the Rapaura environment. This gives the wine a richer, more textural palate bursting with red fruit strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries and dark cherry notes - complemented by subtle savoury and toasty notes.

Rapaura Springs Pinot Noir

'Producing great value Pinot Noir is a tough ask, and so when you do stumble across one it's worth making as much noise as you possibly can about it! To that end, this is lush, textural Pinot where intense sweet cherry fruit is cleverly offset by vibrant acid and a wash of super fine tannin to end. Amazing value and a sure-fire way to impress at your next dinner party.'

Ninth Island Pinot Noir

Ninth Island Pinot Noir is a sensational cool-climate Pinot Noir from the makers of Piper's Brook. Tasmania is now recognised as a world class Pinot region and with wines of this quality one can see why!

Curious Kiwi Pinot Noir

Curious Kiwi can't help but sing with excitement when it comes to the exotic and enticing aromas of Pinot Noir, with its velvety texture and firm red fruit flavours. Displaying perfect balance and the right touch of oak, here's a Pinot Noir that hits the right notes.

The Ned Pinot Noir

Sourced from the renowned Ben Morven vineyard, the Pinot Noir fruit is of exceptional character. Beautifully perfumed, bursting with bright red cherry and wild raspberry aromas. Layers of ripe berries are complemented by fine silky tannins and subtle hints of chocolate and spice on the finish complete the wine.

Riorret The Abbey Pinot Noir

Riorret is "Terroir" spelt backwards. This wine is all about a sense of place. Winemaker Steve Webber lets the land do the talking. Minimal intervention in the winery mimics a Burundian approach. The insects on the label represent the abundance of life in the vineyards. The wine itself is rich in bright red fruits, with nuance of mocha and spice. Palate is quite fine with a long and powerful finish.

Oyster Bay Pinot Noir

Oyster Bay Pinot Noir is surprisingly a serious complex Pinot. Intense cherry and gamey, earthy notes are enhanced with quality French oak and the finish is spicy savoury and long. Terrific value.

Austins & Co Pinot Noir

Iconic local winemaker Scott Ireland has produced a fabulous wine. Red and black cherry flavours coat the mouth whilst savoury spicy oak characters subtly fill out the mid palate. Well balanced, this is an elegant yet complex wine that is drinking well now.

Red Hill Estate Cool Climate Pinot Noir

Red Hill is one of the Victoria's most consistent Pinot producers. This cool climate Pinot Noir shows the familiar perfume and elegance with flavours of liqueur cherries, spice and silky tannins.