Red Claw Pinot Noir

Yabby Lake's 'no expense spared' approach to viticulture and winemaking, is amply demonstrated in this super Pinot; fresh and fruity with secondary nuances, will please all Pinot lovers on a budget.

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Hill Ridge Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

Floral and delicate with bright red fruit on nose and palate with complexing forest floor and mushroom characters. Bright and lively palate with well integrated tannins and a lingering complex finish.

Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

Heirloom’s mission is to preserve and champion South Australia’s unique old vineyards and varieties. Along the way, they’re turning out some simply outstanding wines. Halliday calls this juicy Pinot "classic Adelaide Hills" and gave it a stunning 94 point rating with this to say about it: "Mid-red, good depth; this spicy, red fruit-scented pinot is classic Adelaide Hills, juicy, fine and full of fine-grained tannins, the silky finish and kick of eucalypt typical... 94pts" (Halliday).

Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir

Innocent Bystander eminates from Victoria's Yarra Valley and is the brain child of owner, Phil Sexton. With winemaker Steve Flamsteed on board, the Innocent Bystander wines are fantastically varietal and extremely approachable. The Pinot Noir is packed full of black cherry and cedary notes with a perfect balance of soft, but fine grained tannin.

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.

Bannock Brae 2016 Goldfields Pinot Noir

Moderately deep ruby-red colour, lighter on the edge with slight purple hues. The nose is soft and elegant in presentation with aromas of dark-red berry fruit harmoniously melded with a layer of thyme herbs and hints of whole bunch stalk perfumes. This has good depth and intensity. Medium-bodied, the palate is open and accessible with up-front and gently concentrated flavours of dark-red berry fruits, herbs and whole bunch stalk notes. The fruit forms a positive core and is supported by fine-grained tannin extraction and structure, with soft, balanced acid freshness. The wine flows easily, leading to an elegant finish. This is a moderately concentrated Pinot Noir with harmonious berry fruit, herb and whole bunch suggestions on a fine-structured palate. Match with wild duck and pork dishes over the next 4-5 years. Hand-picked fruit from three sites in Bendigo and Bannockburn, clones 5, 6 and 115, fermented with some batches up to 20% whole bunches to 13.5% alc., the wine spending 21-28 days on skins and aged 11 months in 24% new French oak barriques.

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!

Giesen The Brothers Pinot Noir

The Brothers Pinot Noir from the well known and trusted Marlborough winery, Giesen, is a complex and flavoursome light-bodied red. Enticing aromas of blackberry, plum and Chinese Five Spice give way to a luscious palate with notes of forest floor and a touch of oak spice. While a joy for those who like ripe, upfront fruit early, The Brothers Pinot will cellar very nicely for the next 4 to 6 years.

Nepenthe Pinot Noir

Situated in the Adelaide Hills, the altitude and cool conditions of Nepenthe's vineyards are ideal for growing the Pinot Noir grape. And it seems that the rest of the country is starting to cotton on to the fact that this region is producing some of the most exciting examples currently available. Full of ripe cherry and raspberry flavours with a complementing acid structure and soft tannin backbone make this Pinot ideal for food pairing on a wide scale.

Stonier Pinot Noir

Stonier produces one of the most consistent Pinots from the Mornington Peninsula. Attractive plum and cherry flavours are enhanced by some gamey undertones and smoky oak influence. Perfect with duck.

Louis Violland Pinot Noir

The first taste is soft and we rediscover all the finesse and delicatesse of the Pinot Noir. Round and full. The influence of southern climate brings to these wine ripe and jammy nuances of dark colour fruits such as blackcurrant, blackberry, black cherry, etc.