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1 - 12 of 402 Pinot Noir
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1er Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2015
Yarra Valley
The finest parcels of estate grown fruit, planted to four superior rows of Pinot Noir on the Hoddles Creek property at Gembrook. A holistic management of the vineyard is central to the realization of exceptional fruit, respect for local fauna and a focus on traditonal hands on viticulture are essential to the integrity of harvest. Rows 22 to 26 always yield something spectacular with each new vintage, the mix of Burgundian and new world clones are hand picked and separately vinified for release as an exquisite limited edition, only made in the finest vintage years.
$4999each
$597DOZEN
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Hoddles Creek was established with a view to selecting the most challenging terrains, to plant the type of vineyard which serves Pinot Noir best. The auspicious single block of original estate vines are characterized by moderate shoot length and small precious berries, they produce a mere 1.3 kilograms per planting. Fruit is all hand picked and crushed into fermenters for cold soak, a fifth are included as whole bunches for added structure and finer tannins. Batches are pumped over for optimal extraction. Upon completion, components are filled to a high proportion of new French oak barrels to begin a course of eighteen months maturation, bottled without any stabilization, unfiltered and unfined. Alcohol 13.2%
 
Dark raspberry hues. Potpourri and floral spice, sen sen and lamb over compotes and cherry ripe, whole bunch complexity and curls of rosey oak. Layered yet seamless palate of defined fraises de bois characters, dark jube and affable cherry acidity supported by a veneer of French cocoa oak and lingering length of plush velvet tannins.
42 Degrees South Pinot Noir 2016
Hobart
Available by the dozen
Pure Tasmanian Pinot Noir, crafted from the choice of hand picked fruit, a harvest from Relbia on the island's north is vinified alongside parcels from the Frogmore Creek property and Richmond in the Coal River Valley to the south. 42˚S is the common latitiude which divides two slightly different mesoclimes of the apple isle, the highly accomplished team at Frogmore Creek literally source the pick of the crop. The fickle Pinot Noir is very much at home here, where prevailing westerlies slowly ripen grapes to achieve a graceful, old world style of wine.
$2399each
$285DOZEN
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The Tasmanian terroir loves to grow Pinot Noir and Pinot Noir loves the growing season of Frogmore Creek's Campania property. The hand picked grapes are given a forty eight hour cold soak before being inoculated for vinification in a combination of small one tonne and 1½ tonnes open fermenters. Batches are hand plunged three times daily and pressed off skins for completion of primary ferments, followed by transfer to oak for malolactic before racking off lees. The finished wine is treated to extended maturation in a selection of new and seasoned French oak barriques, followed by a cross flow filtration before bottling, to preserve freshness and vitality of fruit.
 
Medium scarlet red. Pure red cherry and blackcurrant aromas. A palate brimming with currant and cherry, followed by a complex mix of red berry flavours. The fresh fruit characters linger, all supported by a soft, elegant tannin structure. A superb Pinot wine to mate with all good faire, innately suited to Italian pork salciccia and truffled polenta.
42 Degrees South Premier Cuvee Sparkling NV
Hobart
Available by the dozen
A slightly Chardonnay dominant cuvee with the balance in Pinot Noir, all hand picked off vines grown to a site made famous as one of the first sightings of a tasmanian tiger Thylacinus cynocephalus. Tigers are long gone but the Frogmore Creek property at Campania in Coal River Valley yields some of the finest sparkling wine grapes of the district. 42° South is given the full luxury treatment, an extended ageing on lees extracts exceptional richness from sediments, to be followed by disgorgement and doseage in true Methode traditionelle.
$2299each
$273DOZEN
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The Campania property has over a hundred acres are under vine, all are planted to blocks purposely selected for the suitability to each grape variety. There are twenty seven individual blocks, each situated on very different altitudes. All were established with northerly aspects, allowing vines to receive the greatest possible sunlight. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes are whole bunch pressed to retain delicacy. Fruit is treated to a clean primary ferment prior to racking off lees, followed by stabilisation and clarification. Base wines are assembled and bottle aged for a minimum eighteen months on lees before disgorge and tirage with minimal dosage to retain complexity yet revitalise the palate. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Pale golden hue, delicate effervescence. Aromas of toasty brioche and delicate citrus subtly emerge from the fine beads. Full and crisp flavours of strawberries and apple linger on the refined acid structure. A treat with natural oysters, canapes and fruit desserts.
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Alfred Gratien Champagne N.V
Epernay Champagne
The finest Champagne cannot be manufactured, it is created. For Alfred Gratien, the creative process begins right in the vineyard. Alfred Gratien boasts a proud tradition, disregarding the mass produced ethos and fashions of modern times. What you get is a hand crafted Champagne of great quality and uniqueness. Cuvee Brut Classique clearly displays the style of Alfred Gratien. One of very few Champagnes to be dominated by the fruity Pinot Meunier, combined with the masculinity of Pinot Noir and the elegance of Chardonnay.
$6999each
$837DOZEN
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Equal parts Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with a tenth of Pinot Meuniere. Cuvee Brut Classique is an achievement of the highest quality standards in the selection of grapes, traditional vinification techniques, maturation in small 228 litre oak casks and self imposed limits on production levels. Alfred Gratien s never treated to malolactic fermentation, thereby ensuring the finished wine retains its original character. The aroma of the grapes and the land from whence they come are thus preserved. Cuvee Brut Classique retains its freshness, even as it ages. This special care guarantees the unique quality which makes Alfred Gratien truly exceptional. That is the true art of Champagne. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Light gold colour, beautiful to behold with a very fine, extremely long lasting mousse. A bouquet of citrus fruits, mangos, peaches and apricot. A wonderful balance of aromatic strength with the freshness of exotic fruits. A wine of great refinement as the elegance of Chardonnay melds with the red fruit of Pinot Meunier and the enduring character of Pinot Noir.
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Andrew Garrett Pinot Chardonnay N.V
Andrew Garrett Pinot Chardonnay has established an enviable reputation for quality and consistency. Years after founder entrepreneur Andrew Garrett parted with his fledgling estate, this unctuos sparkling Cuvee continues to represent heightened flavour profiles at an accessible pricepoint. A soft, well balanced sparkler from premium vineyards, exhibiting exciting effervescence, and a dry yet ripe fruit palate which expresses the natural varietal characters of the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, in contemporary methode mousseaux styling.
$1199each
$141DOZEN
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Established in the early eighties in the McLaren Vale, Andrew Garrett Wines is regarded by consumers as a relaxed, unpretentious, successful brand that provides excellent value wines that are entirely approachable and reliable. Across the entire portfolio, Andrew Garrett embraces a range of distinguished wines that are diverse in origin and style, while still retaining the individual character of the grapes from which they were made. In distinctive and instantly appealing styling, Andrew Garrett Sparkling Cuvee are seen around bistro tables, and banquets throughout Australia. Perfect for relaxed drinking., good music, food and company, Garrett Cuvee N.V is all about taking the rime to look after yourself and unwind.
 
Lemony pale, a honey gold in colour with a creamy straw yellow mousse. Nose exhibits highlights of citrus and sweet stonefruit, tangy pineapple characters combined with a hint of nutteyness, and supple spicey overtones. A bouquet that is remarkably rich for a wine of it's range, Andrew Garrett offers nice yeasty complexity, aromas of cashew, applejack and creamy white nougat. Palate is deep and satisfying with a tangy effervescence and a fine bead that borders on creamyness. Flavours of chalky Chardonnay, strawberry and plummy Pinot fruit, balanced harmoniously to create an enjoyable sparkling wine, immensely suitable for any occasion or style of cuisine. Ideally suited to hors d'oeuvres, pasta and poultry dishes.
Arras Brut Elite NV
Available by the dozen
The House of Arras is built on the exceptional quality of fruit grown to the most superlative cold climate Tasmanian vineyards and an uncompromising standard of vinification techniques mastered over decades. Nothing less than the pinnacle of artisanal Australian sparkling winemaking is permitted to be bottled behind the Arras label. Slowly tiraged for a period of no fewer than five years, Brut Elite shows great complexity from the extended aging while exhibiting a brightness of fruit and structural elegance representative of truly world class sparkling wine.
$2999each
$357DOZEN
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Parcels of Chardonnay grapes with a slightly larger component of Pinot Noir are hand picked from the most prestigious vineyards within the comprehensive Hardy viticultural portfolio in Tasmania. Following a gentle whole bunch press and fining, individual batches are vinified on light grape solids before the completion of malolactic on primary ferment lees. Once clarified, the base wines are judiciously assembled to style and prepared for secondary fermentation in bottle. Extended maturation on yeast lees builds further complexity and depth of character into the wine. A traditional expedition dosage completes the process, adding the last components of complexity and ensuring precise palate balance. Alcohol 12.4%
 
Crystal clear with an extremely fine bead and persistent mousse, delicate colour of fresh straw with a bright green/ gold hue. On the nose, the wine has an unmistakably inviting and complex melange of aromas with influences of fresh oyster, sour dough yeast as well as the aromas of exotic spices, vanilla bean and nougat. An elegant, mineral palate structure with flavours evolving in the glass around lychee, truffle, cinnamon and lanolin. Exhibits fantastic persistence of flavour, the natural acidity and subtle quality oak tannins are the backbone of this textural wine. Sealed under the highest quality cork available, sublime upon release, Brut Elite will continue to evolve and develop exceptional complexity.
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Arras EJ Carr Late Disgorged 1999
Pipers Brook/Tamar River
The first of its kind, a salient example demonstrating the values of meticulous winemaking and a commitment to extended tirage maturation. Crafted in what was to eventually become the established Arras housestyle, employing the best vinification and viticultural methods to achieve wine of the highest quality. Following ten years tirage, EJ Carr Late Disgorged presents the original 1998 Arras in a new guise, a cuvee filled with layers of complexity and intensity. EJ Carr displays all the elegance, power and vibrancy of world class sparkling wine.
$16999each
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Arras was founded on the vision and spirit of the highly dedicated Hardy winemaking and viticultural team, who believe Tasmania to be the preeminent sparkling wine region of Australia. To this end, Arras seek to identify and capture each individual personality of every varietal grape and every corner of the vineyard, to craft wines which are unique, alluring and distinctively Tasmanian. Cuvee EJ Carr is a noble cepage, predominantly Chardonnay with a third Pinot Noir. After ten years resting on lees, it is the patience to allow the wine to mature at its own pace and the experience to know when it is at its best which has allowed EJ Carr to achieve new heights in richness, complexity and intensity. Approx 12.5%
 
Crystal clear with a fine and persistent bead, deep straw in colour with a bright yellow gold hue. The nose shows intense mushroom/ butter/ toast characters with lanolin and oyster nuances. On the palate, the wine is rich and flavoursome, whilst very complex and intense. Multi layered flavours of truffle, toast and sea brine combine with a great length of flavour and brightness. A dry style with a refreshing, natural acid finish.
Arras Grand Vintage 2007
Pipers Brook Tamar River
Available in cases of 6
Arras Grand Vintage is a wine of outstanding peerage, fashioned from the fruit of superior sites, enriched by the great complexity of character that follows six years tirage. A tapestry of flavours and aromatics suspended within an elegant mousse, Arras is artisanaly crafted from the noble Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to true Methode traditionelle. After several years resting on lees and an extended bottle maturation, this peerless wine from Tasmania's finest vineyards, carries the distinction of a world class, effervescent Cuvée.
$5999each
$717DOZEN
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The Arras team retain access to an endowment of the finest sparkling wine vineyards in all Australia. Choice parcels of fruit, hand picked off the best blocks within the finest sites, are gently whole bunch pressed, retaining only the first free run juices, to retain freshness and elegance of structure. After a term of cold settling, the individual batches are vinified on light grape solids, followed by a course of malolactic on primary ferment lees. Once clarified, the wines are judiciously assembled to style and prepared for tirage. Six years maturation on yeast lees has built additional complexity and depth. Degorgement and introduction of expedition liqueur completes the Methode traditionelle.
 
Straw gold hue, crystal clear with fine bead and persistent mousse. Bouquets of orange peel and clove, a sea brine influence, complexed by fresh brioche and pastry yeast aroma. Like the bouquet, lively flavours of sea brine, citrus peel and sweet jasmine flower are complemented on the palate with truffle and butter/ mushroom characters. A racy acid and great persistence of flavour ensure an exciting finish.
Ashton Hills Piccadilly Valley Pinot Noir 2016
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
Stephen George established three hectares of dry grown vines in Piccadilly Valley during the early 1980s, yields from this tiny patch of terroir remain extremely scant. A juggling act of no fewer than fifteen different clones to construct the consumate Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir, from a terroir and mesoclime very similar to Burgundy, a labour of love for one of the industry's most accomplished and venerated identities. Blend No.1 is made from fruit grown to Jim Griggs neighbouring Cemetery Block vineyard.
$2999each
$357DOZEN
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The cool, moist climes which surround the seven acre, steeply sloped Ashton Hill property sublimate into ideal food wines, well proportioned and fully flavoured. Pinot Noir grows well on the Ashton Hill property, coinciding with the proprietor's own love of all good things Pinot Noir. Stephen George grew up amongst the vines at Glenloth near Reynella and nascent Skillogalee in the Clare Valley, which was originally planted to vine by George's father in 1970. He is one of South Australia's most peer respected winemaking viticulturalists, a pioneer of Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir and a consultant to Clare Valley's eminent Wendouree, recipients of the exceptional Langton's classification of Australian wine. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Bright scarlet colour. Complex bouquet of currants, cherry and red fruits, spices, earth characters and leaf. Palate exhibits exceptional balance and superb length, luscious, berry flavoured tannins courtesy of bunch stalks in the vinification, all nicely integrated after nine months repose under French oak.
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2014
Wellington Martinborough
Available by the dozen
Ata Rangi founder Clive Paton has long been an avid tree planter and has won a number of awards for his significant contribution to the environment. Paton approached the Project Crimson team for advice and support, a charitable conservation trust established for the protection of New Zealand's iconic native red flowering Christmas trees, the pohutukawa, the northern and southern rata. Crimson is sourced primarily from vines between ten and twenty years of age, which yield grapes that express the more aromatic spectrum of Martinborough Terrace.
$2899each
$345DOZEN
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Project Crimson were keen to have an association with this special wine to help spread word of their work and vision. A close husbanding of the vines to the most exacting standards ripens the Pinot Noir to perfection. Grapes are all hand picked off vines clone 5, 10/5, Abel young Dijon. Bunches are completely de-stemmed keeping as many of the whole berries intact as possible. Parcels are treated to a term of maceration for up to a week before inoculation by indigenous yeast and malo cultures. The batches are hand plunged throughout a fortnight of vinification and complete malolactic in barrel. The finished wines are matured nine months in a selection of new and prior use French oak barrels. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Colour of course is crimson. Dark cherry fruit and earth complexity, crushed rose petal, light cherry, brambly notes and a hint of red licorice conspire to create an enchanting, heady fragrance. More savoury than fruity, a faint hint of clove and fresh cardamom adds intrigue to the nose. Easily the most seductive feature of this release is the wonderfully plush, velvety middle palate, the fine, textural spread of tannins and long, tight, spicy finish.
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 375ml 2014
Wellington Martinborough
Available by the dozen
Crafted from the pick of Martinborough Pinot Noir, clones 5 and 10/5, Abel and a suite of younger Dijon, all grown to the elite of New Zealand viticulture. Fashioned to regimens which are very old world, with a view to constructing a wine which would be familiar to the Vignerons du Bourgogne. Wild ferments, hand plunges and French oak, achieve a wine of truffled game complexity, graceful tannins and polished, refined sophistication. Proprietor Clive Paton was made Officer of the NZ Order of Merit, for his contribution to conservation and viticulture.
$1899each
$225DOZEN
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Ata Rangi Martinborough Pinot Noir 2013
Wellington Martinborough
From the Ata Rangi and Champ Ali, Di Mattina and Cambrae, Lismore and Dodd Vineyards, a Pinot Noir adherent's sensation, grown to the most splendid winegrowing terroirs in all Martinborough. Ata Rangi is assiduously crafted to express an intensity of style and purity of varietal charm. Vine age is clearly a factor, it expresses itself as a depth, breadth and complexity of character, while articulating a distinctive sense of place, contributing significantly to the consistency and quality of Ata Rangi year after year.
$7199each
$861DOZEN
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Deep purple colour. Dark cherry melds with bright, lifted red fruit aromas and hints of spice. Floral notes are present, old fashioned violets and a touch of rose. Vibrant, a sinuous, savoury spine of tannin that spreads out to a long, silky finish. Consider decanting when the wine is very young, an hour or two before serving.
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