Land of Giants Rose

Light pink in colour and bursting with ripe strawberry and cherry aromas. A beautifully balanced, lifted and refreshing wine full of concentrated fruit flavours. Delicious with light salads, pasta and rich dishes.

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Sticks Pinot Noir

Once again this producer provides us with a handy little number showing plenty of varietal and regional characteristics. Sticks Pinot Noir from Yarra Valley, features lovely red cherry flavours with playfull spices and charry oak influence. Lean with subtle tannins and medium finish.

The Tutor 570 Vines Tumbarumba Pinot Noir

This regional Pinot Noir shows off delightful aromas of black cherry, mint and a hint of oregano. The complex palate is packed with ripe berry and savoury, gamey flavours. Low yielding vineyards in the Tumbarumba region in NSW, producing small bunches of intensely flavoured berries. Handpicked fruit, whole bunch fermentation enhancing varietal elegance and soft tannin structure. Portion of the blend is vigouroulsy lees stirred for added weight and complexity, while the remainder matures on French oak for length and structure.

The People's Pinot Noir

This Pinot Noir from the home of the long white cloud offers ripe red berry fruit aromas of cherries and vanilla with spicy undertones. The palate is rich in flavours of cinnamon, rhubarb, tamarilllo and red cherries shine through. The tannins are velvety with a long finish. Ideally suited to drink with figs, swiss cheese and dark chocolate.

Theory of Evolution Pinot Noir

The Theory of Evolution wines are wines to drink while pondering on lifes big issues - like how did mankind come to love wine? The theory is, that wine is the pinnacle of the drinking journey and Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the most coveted varietals. Thats why they feature in this outstanding range.

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!

Wolf Blass Makers Project Pinot Noir

Pressed from its skins early, before the end of fermentation, this Pinot Noir is bursting with red cherry and berry characters and a smooth finish

St Hubert's The Stag Victorian Pinot Noir

After the success and cult following achieved by our St Huberts Stag Yarra Valley Pinot, we decided more people need to drink Pinot Noir, and we needed to venture out of the Yarra. 2017 is the first vintage of our Stag Victorian Pinot Noir. Fruit for this wine was harvested from selected sites, mainly around Yea, with some Beechworth and others in the mix. Picked early to maintain vibrant fruit, and treated respectfully to maintain freshness. Maturation took place in both stainless steel and seasoned French oak. Fresh, supple, fleshy - Pinot for the masses - that sings like Pinot.

Jacob's Creek 1847 Pinot Noir

A medium-bodied Pinot Noir with the black cherry balanced by mature, spicy notes. Well-integrated oak adds length and balance to the finish. Black cherries and strawberries with subtle charry oak and dusty tannins. Enjoy with crispy skin duck.

Brancott Estate Marlborough Pinot Noir

An excellent introduction to Pinot Noir, sourced predominantly from Marlborough NZ, this wine illustrates the variety's juicy dark cherry, strawberry and spice aromas and flavours complemented by some savoury oak.

McGuigan The Borders Pinot Noir

Colour: Light garnet hues Aroma: Lifted upfront aromas of sweet and ripe fruits. Palate: This Pinot Noir displays vibrant flavours of fresh strawberries, raspberries and white pepper. Along with a generous mouthfeel this wine is supported by a soft, velvety texture with good length and subtle tannin to finish