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Poole's Rock Regional Selection Pinot Noir

Pooles Rock are quite simply a trophy magnet at the moment. This glorious Pinot Noir has managed to take 2 Trophies and 1 Gold Medal at the prestigous Hobart International Wine Show. This Regional Selection Pinot Noir is a quite powerful style red although balanced with a cool elegance. Red fruits are evident along with blood plum and a touch of cranberry. Trophy winning quality for a great price.

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