St Huberts Hubert The Stag Pinot Noir
St Huberts 'Hubert The Stag' is a wonderful new label from the historic Yarra Valley producers. Plenty of juicy concentration on the front palate with ripe plums that give way to a quite lovely savoury body and a perfectly balanced tannin backbone. Easy to see why this wine has walked away prestigious wine show gold medals and trophies in the recent past.
Erath Estate Pinot Noir
Great Oregon Pinot Noir is something we've been crying out for for quite some time. To be able to offer Erath Pinot Noir, a winery that sits in the heart of the iconic Willamette Valley, is truly exciting. With a climate almost identical to France's Burgundy, the 45th parallel delivers once again. Ripe fruit characters range from raspberry to cherry with more than a hint of savoury spice and earth. A wine of real finesse and beauty that will drink well into the mid 2010s.
Quinson Mercurey Pinot Noir
Quinson's Mercury Pinot Noir is sourced from the Côte Chalonaise region in the south of Burgundy. This wine has an intense aromatic nose which displays cherry liqueur notes infused with hints of pepper followed by a smooth and balanced palate with a slight alcoholic touch. The fine and polished tannins ensure a long lasting finish.
Tomboy Hill Rebellion Pinot Noir
Since 1984 Ian Watson has been piecing together a patchwork of vineyards, all extreme quality. The Rebellion Range is a blend of all, still 100% Ballarat. The nose has blue cheese, truffles, earthiness, cherries and strawberries, with a hint of French oak. The palate still has good fruit, along with some savoury characters, lovely line and length with a good dry finish.
De Bortoli Riorret Lusatia Park Pinot Noir
Anon Tasmanian Pinot Noir
Pierre Blanches Pinot Noir
Morello cherry and small red fruits aroma.
Mystery 94 Point Elegant Tasmanian Pinot Noir
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.
South Island Pinot Noir
The South Island of New Zealand is home to some of the worlds greatest new world Pinot Noir's and Central Otago can claim a large proportion of these. This superb Otago Pinot from South Island is an exotic light bodied red with wild fruit flavours of strawberry and ripe cherry and proves you don't have to break the bank to get great Otago Pinot Noir.
NZ By Nature Marlborough Pinot Noir
N Z by Nature Marlborough Pinot Noir is a generous and elegant wine. The even balance of dark berry fruit flavours with fine ripe tannins leads to rich, generous finish. An ideal wine to pair with roast duck.