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1 - 12 of 140 Victorian Pinot Noir
Amherst Pinot Noir
Pyrenees
Available by the dozen
Samuel Dunn was an early Amherst resident, one of the first settlers to plant grapes in the Pyreness. His land was exploited for sheep grazing, until diggers found the locality alive with gold. The property was returned to viticulture in the 1990s and has since earned a reputation for limited releases of the finest Pyrenees wines. As with all vintages of Amherst, the amount of oak and alcohol are kept in check to ensure that the wine remains in perfect balance, the tannin structure is soft and very fine. An attractive prospect alongside well marbled beef and the finest haute cuisine.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
EACH
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Are You Game Pinot Noir
Strathbogie
Available by the dozen
$1849each
$221DOZEN
EACH
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Balgownie Pinot Noir
Yarra Valley
Available by the dozen
$2399each
$285DOZEN
EACH
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Bannockburn 1314 AD Pinot Noir
Geelong
Available in cartons of six
$2949each
$353DOZEN
EACH
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Bannockburn De La Terre Pinot Noir
Geelong
Available in cartons of six
$6299each
$755DOZEN
EACH
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Bannockburn Pinot Noir
Geelong
Available in cases of 6
Distinguished Langtons Classification. One of Australia's finest Pinot Noir, from low yielding vineyards on the maritime influenced terroirs near Geelong, by a winemaker wholly committed to Burgundian vinification techniques. Aromatic with dark cherry and spicy vanilla oak, a velvety palate of pastoral and plum. A wine of concentration, power and structure, with unmistakable varietal charm, more muscular and rich than it's euro antecedants, exhibiting piquant stalkyness as well as a Bourgogne gameyness, rarely found in Australian Pinot.
$6199each
$743DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
French influences abound at Bannockburn, where the experience has contributed richly to the style of Pinot Noir. Nineteen hectares of vine are mostly dense planted on low fertility clay based soils beside the Moorabool River where yields are very low. Ripening is cool and late. Pinot Noir grapes are whole bunch fermented by wild indigenous yeasts in four tonnes open fermenters, saturated with CO2 and sealed. After ten days, batches are treated to a daily pigeage over four weeks of ferment. Upon completion, musts are pressed into a selection of seasoned and new oak hogsheads for a year, followed by rack and returned to older barriques for a further eight months, to be bottled without fining or filtration.
 
Ruby red colour, a wine of brilliance and clarity. Lifted nose with earthy forest notes and rhubarb, five spice and toasted oak. Characters carry through to the palate, which is of medium weight - fresh, light ethereal yet with good flavour intensity. Great balance and mouthfeel, as the palate is still quite youthful and restrained, silky textured and elegantly structured. A long, smooth, fine tannin finish.
Bannockburn Serre Pinot Noir
Geelong
Available in cartons of six
$10999each
$1319DOZEN
EACH
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Bannockburn Stuart Pinot Noir
Geelong
Available in cartons of six
$6499each
$779DOZEN
EACH
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Bellingham Main Ridge Pinot Noir
Mornington
Available by the dozen
Bellingham Estate's Main Ridge vineyards are dry grown and planted to mature, low yielding vines, a wonderful accord of auspicious microclimes and exacting viticulture which creates the most intensely flavoured Mornington Pinot Noir. Hand picked grapes are treated to a cold maceration and wild yeast ferments in open fermenters, followed by a term of age in a mix of seasoned and new French oak barrels. A delicate Pinot Noir of ripe red cherry and freshly milled spice, layered with fine savoury fruit characters and supported by a weave of seamless, velvet tannins.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
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Bellingham Reserve Pinot Noir
Mornington
Available in cartons of six
Welcome to one of the highest elevation vineyards on Mornington Peninsula, a place of chilly nights and frosty mornings, followed by balmy days of ample sunshine, a confluence of climes which make the site ideal for slowly ripened, fully flavoured Pinot Noir. The finest picks off the best rows of vine are set aside each year for Reserve, redolent of autumnal forest floor, brimming with cherries and ripe red currant, the high altitudes and brisk climes infuse minerality and seamlessness of tannin. Silky and complex, an elegant elocution of a very special place.
$4399each
$527DOZEN
EACH
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Bellvale Pinot Noir
Gippsland
Available by the dozen
Bellvale were established with a view to emulating the great growths of Burgundy, many vintages spent among the vines along Côte d'Or, inspired John Ellis with a consuming passion to make new world wine in the style of the timeless French classics. Terroir and clime are fundamental, identifying the perfect soils where an extended ripening will invigorate the vines and achieve a spectacular quality of fruit. Bellvale makes Pinot Noir in the old fashioned way, allowing the harvest to speak for itself, reminding us that great wine really is made in the vineyard.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
EACH
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Bellvale Quercus Vineyard Pinot Noir
Gippsland
Available in cartons of six
Good Pinot Noir requires a judicious measure of oak to frame the fruit and provide support, Quercas means oak, a reference to the essential influence of barrel age as it serves to coalesce all parts of the wine into a seamless, velvety experience. Pinot Noir also needs to articulate a sense of place, Bellvale's vines are trained to grow deep root systems, extracting the subtle locution of soil and infusing fruit with the unique expression of terroir. Quercas Vineyard makes a pastoral style, ripe with freshly picked cherry, savoury with barnyard and smoked, seasoned game.
$4299each
$515DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
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