Pinot Noir rarely gets more prestigious than this exceptional selection from some of Australia’s top Pinot producers and regions, with superb expressions from Josef Chromy, Riorret, Rochford and other great names to delight in.
The Derwent Estate Pinot Noir 2016 is a delicious Pinot that ticks all the varietal boxes, with powerful aromas of stalky spice, pot pourri, forest floor, brown mushroom and cedar oak. Full-bodied with layers of savoury fruit flavour showing as raspberry, dark cherry and blood plum, it shows a fresh acidity and a dry, earthy finish, making it a beautifully aged drop to enjoy with a beef bourguignon.
Sourced exclusively from the Drumborg Vineyard in Victoria’s Henty, one of the country’s foremost cool climate regions, the Seppelt Drumborg Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018 (valued at $55 RRP) is a truly lovely wine. Light-bodied yet packed with white cherry, strawberry and raspberry with hints of black tea, hickory and vanilla, this Pinot displays a seductive, silken texture, crunchy acidity and charry oak that makes it an exquisite match with steamed pork and prawn dumplings.
Factor in the sublime Josef Chromy Zdar Pinot Noir 2012, valued at $75 RRP, and the value of this Pinot showcase only becomes more apparent - act fast, and partake in ultra-premium Pinot today for only $40 a bottle.
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