Hardys Nottage Hill Pinot Noir

The Nottage Hill range from Hardys stands for value and quality, and the Pinot Noir delivers in spades. Medium bodied, with cherry, raspberry and a touch of mint, it makes a great drink without breaking the bank.

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Craftsman Pinot Noir

With vast experience garnered from multiple vintages both in Australia and overseas Hamish is acknowledged as a Trophy-winning winemaker of rare skill. With a wide-ranging career already spanning the legendary Brown Brothers and Bests Great Western, Hamish is not only winemaker for iconic Tolley Wines, as well as his own limited release label, Seabrook Wines, but is also contract winemaker and consultant for several small award-winning boutique vineyards. This elegant and lengthy Yarra Valley Pinot Noir delivers a complex, savoury mix of red cherry and briary dark fruits, hints of game supported by spicy oak and soft silky tannins.

Anthem Discover Pinot Noir

Rich, concentrated and quite possibly 'anthemic'. Singing with lifted notes of ripe red berries and raspberry with a complementing note of cut cedar and pencil shavings. If you haven't discovered the new world region of Central Otago yet, the Anthem Discover is definitely the ticket to begin enjoying the trademark dense, fruit driven Pinot Noirs.

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.

Matua Lands & Legends Pinot Noir

Select parcels of fruit from the best vineyard sites across the Cromwell Basin, Central Otago have gone into this exceptional Matua Lands and Legends Pinot Noir. It's fresh and vibrant aromas of ripe cherry and liquorice supported by rich concentrated flavours of violet, dark berry and fine tannins on the palate. An elegant example of Central Otago's Pinot at it's best.

De Bortoli Windy Peak Pinot Noir

Undoubtedly one of the best value Pinots on the market. Bright cherry aromas on the nose, De Bortolis Windy Peak Pinot Noir is light to medium bodied with a hint of violet and juicy cherries on the palate. High acidity well balanced with subtle dusty oak, which leaves an impressive lingering finish. And outstanding summer drink at a modest price!

Tussock Jumper Pinot Noir

Created by wine specialists from eleven different countries, this innovative brand aims to bring together the worlds best drops under a single, distinctive, quality mark - the woolly red sweater of Tussock Jumper. Delicate flavors of red and blackberries with floral notes. Beautiful and long on the palate with aromas of crushed black fruits and jam.

Vistamar Sepia Pinot Noir

Bright red with ruby highlights. Aroma: fresh red and black fruits, floral and with a light touch of spice. Flavour: fresh and elegant, with juicy acidity and a texture of silk and velvet. Match with seared tuna, salmon, carpaccio of ostrich or beef and magret of duck.

Robinsons Marlborough Pinot Noir

Coming from one of the largest independent wine estates in Marlborough, this classic Pinot Noir has aromas of ripe cherries and spice. Delicate fruit flavors of wild berries make it a guaranteed winner with roast or rack of lamb.

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.

McWilliams Off The Press Pinot Noir

During Glen McWilliams time at the helm of the Hanwood winery, he travelled overseas in particular to France where he sharpened his winemaking skills and his knowledge of different grape varietals including the lighter style of Burgundy or the Pinot Noir grape variety. Today his legacy continues with the release of this lighter style, Pinot Noir.