Saddleback Pinot Noir

Saddleback is the second label to Greg Hay's Peregrine and the Pinot Noir is made using fruit from the Gibbston and Cromwell Basin sub regions of Central Otago. Light, elegant with black cherry and plum fruit, held together by a fine tannin structure and refreshing acidity.

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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.

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.

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.

Taylors Estate Pinot Noir

Taylors produce a surprise packet of a Pinot Noir at a very attractive price. Bright cherry colour complemented by a nose of strawberry and spice. Flavours of ripe cherries follow and lingers nicely on the palate.

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.

Dromana Estate Pinot Noir

Crafted using only the finest fruit, hand plunged in open fermenters and matured in French oak, these wines display the elegance and finesse synonymous with Dromana Estate.

Greenhough Pinot Noir

Attractively aromatic. Summer berry fruits, citrusy, floral notes and a lightly spiced herbal fragrance. Earthy, mushroom notes evolve as the wine opens up. The palate is brightly red fruited with a light spicy savouriness and supple structure ofwell bound tannins. There is a depth in the exotic guava and quince with a secondary preserve like richness. A refreshing plum skin tanginess and chalky, mineral edge balance the riper flavours.

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.

Yering Station Little Yering Pinot Noir

From Victoria's first vineyard comes Little Yering, a bright, youthful and delicious Pinot Noir from Victoria's home for the variety, the Yarra Valley. Sourced from vineyards in the upper Yarra and the valley floor itself to provide a perfect balance between lifted aromas and notes of savouriness along with lush, rich and mouth-filling juice from the flats.

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.