De Bortoli Windy Peak Pinot Grigio

Light straw in colour with green tinges. Honey and hay aromas typical of Pinot Grigio with a refreshing palate of herbal fruit flavours. The Windy Peak label always provides value for money and this wine is no exception.

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Yellow Tail have been at the forefront of providing the world quality Australian wines at some fantastic prices. This Pinot Grigio is made in the traditional Italian style with a little bit of ginger spice and flintiness. Nice rockmelon flavours with vibrant acidity all the way through the palate finishing with lovely freshness.

Kettmeir Alto Ad Doc Pinot Grigio

Kettmeir's Pinot Grigio has a well structured palate with a great balance between acidity and ripe tropical fruits flavours. It's crisp taste lingers on the tip of the tongue. A beautifully made wine that will be great with seafood dishes.

Devil's Corner Pinot Grigio

A bright, vibrant youthful Pinot Grigion from Devil's Corner. It has attractive herbal backdrop with the intensity of ripe pears and spices on the nose. An attractive crisp finish with enough acidity for a pleasant lingering after- taste.

McWilliam's On The Grapevine Pinot Grigio

McWilliam's On The Grapevine Pinot Grigio is fruit driven, with fresh ripe pear and a splash of green apple and honeysuckle blossom on the nose. It is medium to fuller bodied on the palate with some grippy texture and refreshing vibrating acidity. A beautifully balanced and expression of the grape, making it an easy choice for food matching.

Ninth Island Pinot Grigio

From the cool climate of Tasmania here's a magnificent example of Pinot Grigio at its Australian finest. Ninth Island Pinot Grigio is full bodied with a lifted bouquet of exotic fruits like banana and pear. Refreshingly balanced by crisp acidity. Great price for such high quality and a wonderful introduction to the new 'it' variety.

McGuigan Black Label Pinot Grigio

This Pinot Grigo has distinct varietal aromas of pear and passionfruit with delicate floral perfumes. McGuigan Black Label is refreshing on the palate is with delightful flavours of pear and green apple and a clean citrus finish.

Brown Brothers 18 Eighty Nine Pinot Grigio

Brown Brothers were one of the first Australian producers to embrace this aromatic and vibrant variety. The Italian heritage allows this 'Grigio' to be true to its Meditteranean roots producing flavours of lifted aromas of citrus and pear that follow onto the palate which is crisp, dry and mouthfilling.

Lindemans Bin 85 Pinot Grigio

An easy choice for those who want something simple, Lindeman's Bin 85 Pinot Grigio is left unoaked to bring out the core flavours of apple and pear. Best served slightly chilled for maximum enjoyment, this wine goes great with lighter dishes.

Yalumba Y Series Pinot Grigio

A relative newcomer on the Australian wine scene, Pinot Grigio offers a real alternative to the more traditional white varieties. Yalumba provide an exellent example here with a spicy, flavoursome, textured and a great food match styled wine.

Oxford Landing Estates Pinot Grigio

With above average temperatures during the growing season, particularly before Christmas, it was fortunate that the occasional thunderstorm delivered much needed rains and refreshed the vines. During the final stages of the ripening period through to the end of January and into March, the weather was warm and dry, allowing the grapes to ripen with an abundance of bright, fresh and crunchy flavours. Pale straw in colour. The heady aromas are a mixture of feijoa, apple skin and poached pear with hints of cinnamon and spice. This follows through to the medium bodied palate, with flavours of poached pear and cinnamon. Soft and supple in a drinkable way, yet with enough weight and texture to match an array of dishes such as Vietnamese spring rolls or vitello tonnato.