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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Shark Point Mornington Pinot Noir

Bright cherry and dark berry fruit emanate from this wine. Fresh, lifted and fragrant, its clean and focused on fruit purity. Hints of subtle spice and brooding complexity, wrapped in a cloak of fruit.

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!

Oakridge Hazeldene Pinot Noir

Macerated cherries, cranberry and blueberry fruit, brown spice, wet earth, explosion of attention demanding flavours, redskin fruit, silky fruit tannin and crunchy acidity.

Riorret The Abbey Pinot Noir

Riorret is "Terroir" spelt backwards. This wine is all about a sense of place. Winemaker Steve Webber lets the land do the talking. Minimal intervention in the winery mimics a Burundian approach. The insects on the label represent the abundance of life in the vineyards. The wine itself is rich in bright red fruits, with nuance of mocha and spice. Palate is quite fine with a long and powerful finish.

Yealands Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Noir

Notes of dark cherry, violets and spice dominate the nose. Palate: The palate is full and structured, yet elegant with flavors of luscious dark cherry balanced with a fine mineral acidity. This wine matches beautifully with red meat dishes, including venison and lamb. Drink now or cellar 3-5 years. This wine is suitable for vegetarians and gluten free diets.

Austins & Co Pinot Noir

Iconic local winemaker Scott Ireland has produced a fabulous wine. Red and black cherry flavours coat the mouth whilst savoury spicy oak characters subtly fill out the mid palate. Well balanced, this is an elegant yet complex wine that is drinking well now.

Peter Yealands Pinot Noir

Peter Yealands Pinot Noir is a rich, silky wine with juicy ripe cherries and a lingering savoury finish. An ideal partner with lighter meat dishes like lamb fillet and fresh rosemary or tomato based pasta recipes.

Wicks Estate Pinot Noir

Nestled high in the Adelaide Hills, family owned and operated Wicks Estate produce wines of pedigree and plushness. As the Adelaide Hills continue to gather momentum as a premium Pinot Noir growing region mostly due to the regions rare South Australian cool-climate, this example shows exactly why. Light, fresh and vibrant with gentle tannins, this Pinot finishes with bright Cherry, red fruits and a delicious spice character on the back.

Mount MacLeod Pinot Noir

The second label of Caledonia Australis, this is bright ruby in colour with great clarity. Classic Pinot hallmarks of raspberry and plum with subtle oak and lingering flavours supported by fine tannins. An excellent Pinot at a great price!

Tyrrell's Old Winery Pinot Noir

Tyrrells had been a well known winery for decades. Its Old Winery Pinot Noir is medium bodied due to the warmer climate in NSW. Attractive cherry and strawberry jams, perfumed spices with restrained oak on the nose. Its smooth texture and chalky tannins certainly leaves a great impression on the palate.