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Pinot Noir

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  • 42 Degrees South Pinot Noir

    42 Degrees South Pinot Noir

    42ªS is the central latitude of Tasmania and this name reflects our position in crafting fruit-driven wines from grapes sourced from throughout the state. The island state hosts several unique viticultural sub-regions, each area performing differently to climatic variations over the vintages. This wide-ranging scope in grape supply allows us to make outstanding Tasmanian wines every year.

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    This particular Pinot Noir is bright in red colour. Fresh red berries with cedary aromas. Rich and fruity with a good tannin structure. Well balanced. 

    $26.99
  • Austins Pinot Noir

    Austins Pinot Noir

    This delicate drop is light to medium-bodied and brings to mind luscious cherries. Enjoy with great company and delicious food.

    $37.99
  • Baby Doll Pinot Noir

    Baby Doll Pinot Noir

    Standing barely two-feet tall, Babydoll refers to the flock of miniature sheep that graze among the vineyards of Yealands Estate. Too short to reach the fruit, these pint-sized organic-weeders provide year round mowing and pest control, plus a handy dose of fertiliser.

    Nurtured from the ground up with sustainable practices and produced in a carboNZero certified winery, the pure and intense flavours of Baby Doll wines reflect the winery's innovative thinking in tune with the environment.

    $23.99
  • Bellvale Pinot Noir

    Bellvale Pinot Noir

    This classically styled Pinot Noir shows upfront raspberry and wild strawberry notes with complex, savoury spices such as clove and anise. Well-proportioned oak frames the background of dense dark plumes, briar and blackberry fruit. The palate is full and balanced with plenty of polished tannin and an excellent upright structure carrying a dense core of powerful fruit.

    $23.99
  • Brokenwood Beecworth Pinot Noir

    Brokenwood Beecworth Pinot Noir

    A mid-weight pinot noir. Good depth of colour and youthful purple tints evident. Great complexity to the aromas. Lifted red cherry over sweet earthy savoury characters with a touch of oak sweetness. The balance is aided by ripe tannins giving a lingering finish. This will mature further, although enjoyable as a fresh, zippy young Pinot Noir.

    $29.99
  • Cooks Lot Hand Picked Pinot Noir

    Cooks Lot Hand Picked Pinot Noir

    Aromatic Dark Cherries, raspberries and spice with underlying forest floor notes, a supple but well-structured pinot with toasted French oak adding complexity and linearity to the palate.

    Handpicked Pinot Noir was fermented in small open fermenters with some whole bunches by wild yeast and hand plunged four times a day. The free run juice and pressing were barreled seperately and matured in tightly grained French oak puncheons of 12 months.

    $29.99
  • Dalrymple Pinot Noir

    Dalrymple Pinot Noir

    With the generous red berry fruit aromas, hints of fresh cut plums and fine oak spice. The entry onto the palate of soft red fruits with ripe tannin structure support the sense of a warm vintage. Savoury notes of dried meats and provencal herbs add to the complexity after opening, and will become more integrated with bottle age.

    $35.99
  • Darenberg Feral Fox Pinot Noir

    Darenberg Feral Fox Pinot Noir

    So Chester saw a fox untangling itself from the bird netting in the vineyard recently and then discovered clear evidence that said fox had recently helped itself to a fine meal of grapes. Maybe the fox IS a contributing factor to the character of this wine! There is certainly a forest floor note. Equally we can picture wild mushrooms and truffles on the nose. I guess that’s what a fox would smell like.

    These earthy tones are wonderfully countered with lovely, fresh, aromatic notes of musk and flowers, raspberry and kirsch. The palate is fine and balanced, driven forward by a lively line of vibrant acid and ending with that familiar d’Arenberg fine, gritty tannin.

    $32.99
  • De Bortoli Yarra Valley Villages Pinot Noir

    De Bortoli Yarra Valley Villages Pinot Noir

    Vibrant red, bright and alive. Estate 35%, Estate A Sections 20%, Yarrawood 20%, Viggers 12%, Lusatia Park 5%, The Abbey 2%, Emu 2%, Other 3%. Elegant, sweetly perfumed, red currant, cherry, woodland spice. Medium weight, textural, plums, dark fruits, fine gentle tannin.

    Suggested Cuisine-Gnocchi with pork or duck ragu.

    $21.99
  • Derwent Lime Kiln Point Pinot Noir

    Derwent Lime Kiln Point Pinot Noir

    Rich, cherry, berry fruits, powdery tannins  

    Comments: Pure fresh primary fruits dominate with underlying tannins and acidity providing great support for this excellent example of early release café style Pinot Noir.  

    $26.99
  • Excuse My French Pinot Noir

    Excuse My French Pinot Noir

    Dark colour, with ruby tints. scents of red and black berries together with hints of spiced oak and vanilla. It is complex, rich, long and fat on the palate, with intense flavours of raspberry and wild strawberry. the tannins are soft and silky; the finish long, complex and satisfying.

    $18.99
  • Fat Bastard Pinot Noir

    Fat Bastard Pinot Noir

    This wine shows the classic features of warm vintage Pinot Noir with excellent balance of fruit acid and tannin and perfectly matches the expectation of the buyer looking for a ‘Fat Bastard’ Pinot.

    The palate is full as expected, showing plenty of dark cherry and stewed rhubarb notes. The wine is quite clearly Pinot Noir, albeit a rather full flavoured one, and finishes with balancing acidity and tannin and good palate persistence.

     

    $14.99