Zilzie Bulloak Pinot Noir

Lifted berry fruits with savory undertones. A dash of spice and fine soft tannins. Luscious plum and dark cherries, with subtle spicy oak characters and fine tannins. Luscious dark berry fruit, toasty oak, fine tannins with a smooth finish.

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!

Stonier Pinot Noir

Stonier produces one of the most consistent Pinots from the Mornington Peninsula. Attractive plum and cherry flavours are enhanced by some gamey undertones and smoky oak influence. Perfect with duck.

Curious Kiwi Pinot Noir

Curious Kiwi can't help but sing with excitement when it comes to the exotic and enticing aromas of Pinot Noir, with its velvety texture and firm red fruit flavours. Displaying perfect balance and the right touch of oak, here's a Pinot Noir that hits the right notes.

The Tutor 570 Vines Tumbarumba Pinot Noir

This regional Pinot Noir shows off delightful aromas of black cherry, mint and a hint of oregano. The complex palate is packed with ripe berry and savoury, gamey flavours. Low yielding vineyards in the Tumbarumba region in NSW, producing small bunches of intensely flavoured berries. Handpicked fruit, whole bunch fermentation enhancing varietal elegance and soft tannin structure. Portion of the blend is vigouroulsy lees stirred for added weight and complexity, while the remainder matures on French oak for length and structure.

St Hubert's The Stag Victorian Pinot Noir

After the success and cult following achieved by our St Huberts Stag Yarra Valley Pinot, we decided more people need to drink Pinot Noir, and we needed to venture out of the Yarra. 2017 is the first vintage of our Stag Victorian Pinot Noir. Fruit for this wine was harvested from selected sites, mainly around Yea, with some Beechworth and others in the mix. Picked early to maintain vibrant fruit, and treated respectfully to maintain freshness. Maturation took place in both stainless steel and seasoned French oak. Fresh, supple, fleshy - Pinot for the masses - that sings like Pinot.

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.

Tolley Regional Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

Since their first vineyard was planted in 1892, Tolley has built an enviable reputation for the quality of their wines. This Adelaide Hills Pinot with a vibrant red fruit profile and a silky finish continues this tradition. Like all Pinots it goes well with a variety of meat dishes from chicken and game to red meat.

Land of Giants Rose

Light pink in colour and bursting with ripe strawberry and cherry aromas. A beautifully balanced, lifted and refreshing wine full of concentrated fruit flavours. Delicious with light salads, pasta and rich dishes.

Saddleback Pinot Noir

Saddleback is the second label to Greg Hay's Peregrine and the Pinot Noir is made using fruit from the Gibbston and Cromwell Basin sub regions of Central Otago. Light, elegant with black cherry and plum fruit, held together by a fine tannin structure and refreshing acidity.