Pinot Noir is the noblest of all the grapes and it reflects it’s terroir more than any other variety!
Domaine Henri & Gilles Buisson Saint-Romain “Combe Bazin” Rouge comes from the vineyards of Combe Bazin high on the upper slopes of Saint-Romain on the western slopes of Burgundy’s Meursault. “Fluid, translucent fruit that seems to fill every corner of the mouth with jewelled light, lifted and pure and ballerina-like. Delicately sketched flavours, fine tannins that apply just a fraction more pressure on the finish.” – Jancis Robinson
Moorooduc Devil Bend Creek Pinot Noir is fresh & polished. There is plenty of plummy, cherry, and red fruits wrapped up in a slick, polished mouthfeel. This is great value from a very good vintage.
Matt East’s Rouleur Pinot Noir is a blend of fruit from Macclesfield and Gladysdale. What a wine! It is highly fragrant with lifted sour red cherry, ginger and dried florals with just a hint of wood spice. The palate follows suit with mouth filling and juicy cherries, supported by whole bunch spice and bright, mouth-watering acidity to finish.