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Punt Road Pinot Noir

A fruit driven style of Pinot with fragrant strawberry aromas and sweet berry flavours. Moderate acidity and feathery tannins frame an elegant palate of ripe cherry with a touch of earthiness.

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Yering Station Into The Valley Pinot Noir

From the ever-impressive Yering Station, this Pinot Noir shows a blossoming bouquet of red berries, cherry fruit and spice. Enjoy bright Yarra Valley hallmarks. Expect berry fruit, structure, elegant tannins and succulent acidity from this stunning new release.

Bress Silver Chook Pinot Noir

The wine is tightly packed full of black fruit, spice, cloves, and liquorice. The grape tannins are soft and are beautifully integrated into the wine, giving the wine structure and adding power, balance and a savoury richness. Whilst enjoyable now, this wine will reward careful cellaring for up to 2 years.

Coldstream Hills Pinot Noir

Coldstream Hills was established in 1985 by James and Suzanne Halliday and has always produced a benchmark cool-climate Pinot Noir. This beautifully textured wine boasts rich flavours of dark cherries, pepper and foresty notes, with a long and toasty finish.

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.

Yering Station Pinot Noir

Victoria's first vineyard is a landmark in the Yarra Valley and an icon of the Australian wine industry. Loads of lovely Pinot character on the nose with ripe cherry gamey notes and hints of "forest floor". Silky in texture the lingering flavour is enhanced by a touch of oak.

Of Light & Shadow Pinot Noir by Punt Road

Mystery Yarra Valley Pinot Noir Deal No. 98

This wine presents a rich array of flavors, featuring dark berries, plums, and a subtle blend of spices and earthy tones. The aroma hints at sweet berries with a touch of warm spice and toasted almonds. On the palate, it's well-structured, boasting ripe fruit and a gentle spice backbone, supported by smooth tannins. It offers a satisfying finish that lingers nicely. While it's ready to enjoy now, this wine also shows potential for further maturation.

Handpicked Wines Regional Selections Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

Tasting Notes: This is a typical Yarra Valley Pinot Noir with aromas of cherries and summer berries and hints of spice and oak. The palate has juicy red fruits and soft tannin. Season: 2019 was a warm season overall and the harvest was early. Cool weather and regular rain up until Christmas made a slow start to the season, setting up good ground moisture and vine health. January and February were dry and fairly mild, though the nights were warmer than usual. Fruit reached full ripeness easily and timing of picking was paramount for balancing natural acidity. Winemaking: The fruit was harvested in mid- February and was destemmed then vinified in open fermenters. The wine was matured for 10 months with French oak.

Bird On A Wire Pinot Noir

An elegant wine with fresh red fruit characters to enjoy now or cellar to reward you later.When: The quality of grapes from this vineyard is exceptional. The red fruit flavours make this a delightful wine to drink young, but with some age you will see this wine come into its own. You dont have to cellar it for long and you will start to see some more earthy characters build more complexity and intrigue in this pinot noir from Tibooburra, Yellingbo in the upper Yarra Valley.Where: Pour yourself a glass of pinot noir at a table of duck confit or Peking duck, rich truffle or mushroom dishes or serve it with people who love to savour wash-rind stinky cheeses. The food you partner with this wine may be considered a little sophisticated, which will only make this moment all the more special.Why: The only way to understand the fascination with this captivating grape is to take your time with it, to engage in discussion about it, to actively compare it with other pinot noir wines, and to drink it with the cuisine it works best with. Pinot noir is a journey and one of the most enjoyable wine journeys you can find.

Handpicked Regional Selections Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

This is a typical cool climate Yarra Valley Pinot Noir with aromas of cherries and summer berries and hints of spice and oak. The palate is bright with red fruits and soft tannin. This is a versatile wine that will match well with many foods; try it with a charcuterie platter, pizza/pasta and porcini mushrooms or barbecued meats.