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.

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Stoney Range Pinot Noir

Stoney Range Pinot Noir 2017 is a cool climate Pinot Noir with stunning fruit concentration from one of New Zealand's premier wine regions. Bought to you be Sherwood Estate wines who have been creating exceptional wines from their Waipara Valley winery for the last 30 years.

Anthem Discover Pinot Noir

Rich, concentrated and quite possibly 'anthemic'. Singing with lifted notes of ripe red berries and raspberry with a complementing note of cut cedar and pencil shavings. If you haven't discovered the new world region of Central Otago yet, the Anthem Discover is definitely the ticket to begin enjoying the trademark dense, fruit driven Pinot Noirs.

Rabbit Ranch Central Otago Pinot Noir

Central Otago Pinot's are generally more user-friendly than Burgundy; Rabbit Ranch is very soft fruit-forward style with soft tannins; best enjoyed young.

Trentham Estate Pinot Noir

Trentham Estate winemaker Anthony Murphy has done it again - producing a great value Pinot Noir offering cherry, raspberry and subtle confectionery characteristics as well as velvety mouthfeel.

Tokar Estate Pinot Noir

The Gruyere sub-region of the Yarra Valley where Tokar Estate sits produces a more savoury, dark fruited and structured Pinot Noir than other parts of the Yarra Valley. Our Pinot Noir is made from the fruit of the two Pinot blocks at the entrance of Tokar Estate, planted in 1996 and 1998. The main difference between the blocks is the orientation, Pinot A faces West whilst Pinot B faces East. From one we get structure and power and the other provides prettiness. Both blocks are Pinot clone MV6 and are spur pruned on VSP trellis.

Mt Difficulty Roaring Meg Pinot Noir

Mt Difficulty is one of Central Otago's oldest and most prestigious vineyards. Having tamed the rugged region since 1992, Mt Difficulty produce wines of utmost character and charm. Their Roaring Meg Pinot Noir shows lovely perfumed blackberry and dark cherry fruits along with a hint of spice. On the palate the wine has a sweet berry character along with balanced, ripe textural tannins that rise gracefully out of the mid-palate to finish the wine.

Giesen The Brothers Pinot Noir

The Brothers Pinot Noir from the well known and trusted Marlborough winery, Giesen, is a complex and flavoursome light-bodied red. Enticing aromas of blackberry, plum and Chinese Five Spice give way to a luscious palate with notes of forest floor and a touch of oak spice. While a joy for those who like ripe, upfront fruit early, The Brothers Pinot will cellar very nicely for the next 4 to 6 years.

Foxes Island Belsham Awatere Estate Pinot Noir

An elegant single vineyard Pinot Noir from the Belsham Awatere Estate vineyard in Marlborough, this flagship wine comes from close-planted, low yielding vines, producing concentrated fruit. The Pinot Noir is de-stemmed and undergoes an extended cold maceration, before fermentation in open-topped oak and stainless steel.  Maturation takes place in French oak barriques for 10 months.

WEINGUT REEH - Hannes Reeh, Pinot Noir

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Yering Station Pinot Noir

Victoria's first vineyard is a landmark in the Yarra Valley and an icon of the Australian wine industry. Loads of lovely Pinot character on the nose with ripe cherry gamey notes and hints of "forest floor". Silky in texture the lingering flavour is enhanced by a touch of oak.