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.

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The Ned Pinot Noir

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McPherson La Vue Grampians Pinot Noir

2017 McPherson La Vue Pinot Noir Grampians 2017 La Vue Pinot Noir features a dense appearance with a vibrant cherry red colour and purple tinges. This light and perfumed Pinot Noir exhibits an enticing nose offering intense aromas of cherries, plums and strawberries complemented by a touch of spicy oak. These bright plum characters reflect on the fresh palate, where dark stone fruit flavours accompany them. The fruity palate makes way for a finish marked by integrated oak, firm acidity and fine tannins. This excellent red wine will only improve with two to seven years of the cellaring period. It is a delicious accompaniment to soft cheeses, porcini mushroom risotto and game preparations.

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2017 Songlines Estates Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir. Full bright crimson red with dark purple hues. Lush dark and light berry fruits combine with floral edge that creates a fresh and vibrant introduction. Vibrant cherries are the centre piece in this wines infancy a touch of pepper and licorice appear when allowed to breathe which although appear to be opposite ends of the taste spectrum work harmoniously together whilst some crisp acid provides a refreshing Moorish finish. The wine has fine-grained silky smooth tannins, which continue to roll on and on and seem lavish on the palate demanding another taste.