Premium Australian Pinot Noir pack


What a year we have had..need some sanity? Then “do yourself a favour” and tuck into this premium Australian Pinot Noir pack. A selection of our favourite Australian Pinot producers in your cellar can only be a very good thing.  These wines showcase the fascination, differences and delights of Pinot Noir.  All of the wines in the pack are from insightful highly skilled family run wineries.

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Ashton Hills Piccadilly Pinot Noir 2019

" Stephen George made Ashton Hills one of the great producers of Pinot Noir in Australia" ***** Outstanding Winery, James Halliday 2020 Australian Wine Companion

"... I've said it many times: Ashton Hills is the pre-eminent maker of high-quality pinot noir in South Australia." Nick Stock ,

Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2017

Hand harvested, 100% de-stemmed to show off the purity & class of the fruit. 100% wild yeast ferment for complexity the 20 days on skins to develop extra weight & texture. Followed by a natural malolactic ferment in barrel then 100% French oak maturation adding delicious spice & density. No fining or filtering, wishing to keep all of the goodness in the wine, in a natural fashion which allows for a very fine and true expression of beautiful Pinot Noir.

Huon Hookes Wines of the week July 1st 2020

This is the ‘regular’ Moorooduc pinot but it’s outstanding value. (There are three dearer single-vineyard wines). It’s blended from several vineyards in the Moorooduc locality.

Deep colour, the bouquet rich and ripe with dark-chocolate, dark berry, floral and vanilla aromas with a foresty high-note. Velvet-textured, dense, concentrated and fleshy, the aftertaste long-lasting. The mouth-feel is a feature. An impressive wine. (Screwcap)

Score: 95 ★★★★★

Hughes & Hughes Pinot Noir 2019

This is fruit from the Coal River and Derwent Valleys fermented in small batches in a bunch of different ways. Some whole bunch, some whole berry, lots of experimenting from winemaker Jonathan Hughes to see what works, then finally a blend of the best parts. Its a lovey wine bursting with red berry fruits, plenty of energy throughout, just delicious!

Mike Bennie - The Wine Front - 91 Points - Sees 15% whole bunch. Produced from Coal River Valley and friends.

Peppery, herbal notes, sour cherry and light sarsaparilla all dusted with white pepper. Juicy and crisp in the palate, more of the sour cherry, some kirsch, lots more spice to taste and a strong smoky finish, slightly acrid. Good length, easy drinking.

Apogee Pinot Noir 2019

The Apogee Pinot Noir 2019 is a Côte de Beaune Burgundy in style, meaning tannin profile is not strong but aromatics are pronounced: a perfume of fruit pastilles –plum, cherry and blueberry preserve. Mid-colour with bright ruby hue, sweet fruit on mid-palate gives way to good acidity on finish highly aromatic red berry summer pudding, mid-bodied the soft, fleshy texture stands out. The Apogee site confers its floral/fruit characteristic (rose, raspberry and lavender) plus some emerging gamey characters. Drink 2020-2028. Food match- roast chicken, Brillant-Savarin soft ripened cheese. - Andrew Pirie.

Huon Hooke - 93/100 - May 2020

Very bright, fresh medium- depth red/purple colour, with a very bright, pristine fruity aroma evoking fresh cherry, with sidelights of strawberry, raspberry and balsamic herbs, and a subtle overlay of smoked charcuterie. It's light-bodied and lightly-structured, tannins are very subtle and fine, oak all but invisible. It's bursting with vitality and low on extract. Undeniably cold - climate, it reminds me of one of the better pinots from Champagne or even Switzerland.

First Foot Forward Pinot Noir Yarra Valley 2019

The 2019 Pinot Noir is from a vineyard in Coldstream (Yarra Valley Floor). This sub-region is known for a more savoury style of Pinot but with careful vine canopy management and good timing of the picking at harvest, the red cherry fruit can be brought to the fore. A long and gentle post ferment maceration brings the fine tannins to support this fruit. Wild yeasts did the fermenting before a long and gentle soak on skins to build the fine tannin structure that supports the red cherry fruit. A lick of new oak frames the wine and brings some wonderful complexity all round.

Campbell Mattinson - October 2020

Excellent release!

It pulls you this way and that but this is both a complex offering and a good one. Sweet cherry-plum flavours meet undergrowth, leafy spice, red currant and brick dust. Tannin is fine and well - threaded and it finishes with a satisfying kick-on of flavour. Its very good for both quality and value.


BK Wines Skin n Bones Pinot Noir 2019

Fermented in big old concrete vats using 100% whole bunches to add freshness. This is pretty to smell. It’s fresh & high-toned with orange peel, spices, sour cherries, mulberries & just keeps showing layers of fruit. Love the tannin structure; it’s almost gamay-like, Beaujolais-like, I like-like this wine. Serve slightly chilled. 100% Lenswood Pinot Noir, 70% whole bunch, wild yeasts, 30 days on skins, unfiltered & unfined, 10% new & 90% neutral French oak. Brendon Keys is a freethinking frontier wine-maker. His wines are cutting edge, yet they are the very definition of modern Australian quality winemaking. Brendon does do things a bit differently but always with great control and purpose. All BK Wines are from single vineyards and are fermented using wild yeast. All reds are unfiltered and unfined.

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