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PINOT NOIR

Pinot Noir is the most highly prized wine in the world. But why? It’s not as rich or big as its noble cousins, in fact it’s quite the opposite. Pinot Noir wines are pale in color, translucent and their flavors are very subtle. The grape itself is weak, suffering from a variety of diseases and its genetics make it highly susceptible to mutation. Despite the difficulty in growing the grape, prices for a bottle of Pinot Noir are generally more than a similar quality red wine. 

I like to think of Pinot Noir as a catch-all food pairing wine. Pinot Noir is light enough for salmon but complex enough to hold up to some richer meat including duck. In a pinch, when everyone orders a vastly different entree at a restaurant, you can usually win by picking Pinot Noir; it will make everyone happy.

Pinot Noir

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  1. Battle of Bosworth Organic  Pinot Noir 2016
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    Battle of Bosworth Organic Pinot Noir 2016

    There are beautiful ripe red fruits on the nose – think plums & strawberries along with a light, alluring spice. The Bosworth Pinot Noir is a middle weight wine with red fruit running through the palate & framed within lovely tannins. This wine goes very well with cheeses, chicken dishes & charcuterie. 

    $35.00
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  2. Harwood Hall Pinot Noir 2013


    Textbook example of New Zealand Pinot Noir by 'Digger' Hennessey & Corey Hall, chief winemakers at the prestigious Mount Riley & Matua wineries.

    6 out 7 rating in Michael Cooper 'Buyers Guide to New Zealand Wines' "Grown at several sites, fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured in French oak barrels for 10 months. It's a full-bodied wine, with generous cherry, herb and spice flavours, showing considerable complexity."

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  3. Misty Cove 'Estate' Pinot Noir 2016

    90pts – Wine Spectator

    "Green hints & fresh chive aromas give way to cherry & berry flavors that are accented by an appealing note of smoke. Spice, earth & tobacco details provide depth on the finish." – Wine Spectator

    The wine combines attractive fruit intensity with subtle savoury complexity, displaying dark cherry, plum, clove & nutmeg aromas with a hint of smoked meat. It is succulent & rounded on the palate, & delivers bright fruit flavours backed by polished tannins. Lovely harmony & length.

    Misty Cove Estate Pinot Noir can be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes including lamb, beef, wild meats, stews, curries, pasta & mushrooms.

    Or, just chill it slightly & enjoy it on its own!

    $39.00
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  4. Dom. de Saint Dominique 'Le Pinot Noir de La Chapelle' Vin de Pays d'Oc 2014

    100% Pinot Noir, displaying a nice garnet colour with a medium intensity, this wine offers very nice aromas of cherry and red fruits. In the mouth, the wine is very fruity, smooth and supple, with a very pleasant freshness, the Pinot has quite a good ageing potential and can be enjoyed now or over the next few years.100% Merlot, this wine has a deep purple/red colour and a  bouquet of cassis with hints of vanilla.  A full-bodied wine with rich plummy fruit and cassis hints leaving an elegant long and peppery finish, typical of this varietal. 

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  5. Soumah 'Single Vineyard' Pinot Noir 2014

    93pts - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion' "Excellent colour; a very fragrant and clear red fruits bouquet" 90pts - Jeremy Oliver "Elegant & tightly focused, lively bouquet of black & red cherries, blueberries & fresh cedar/vanilla oak lifted by spicy scents of blue flowers. It’s supple & gentle, with an evenly paced length of lively, translucently bright fruit supported by fine, dusty tannins & finishing with freshness and intensity" An estate-grown Pinot Noir matured in French oak. Arguably the best Yarra Valley Pinot we have tasted recently, it avoids the over-ripe plump character too often seen in Yarra Pinots. This is a beauty!
    $45.00
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  6. GEM Pinot Noir 2011


    17/20 points - Jancis Robinson MW
    Martinborough is home to New Zealand's most prestigious (& expensive!!) Pinot Noirs with names such as Ata Rangi, Dry River & Craggy Range.This is an excellent Martinborough Pinot Noir at a fraction of the price of Martinborough's 'big names'!
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  7. Soumah 'Single Vineyard' Pinot Noir 2016

    90pts - James Halliday

    A delicious multi-award winning wine crafted using three different clones of Pinot Noir.  Deep red, showing light purple tinges. The bouquet has lovely aromas of spicy red fruit & dark cherries. Juicy flavours on the palate with a vibrant acid line, fine tannins & subtle oak notes. A long & lingering finish.

    "Estate-grown, wild-fermented, matured for 9 months in French oak. A substantial pinot built around a base load of tannins." - James Halliday

    2017 – Silver Medal at Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition

    2017 – Double Gold Medal at Melbourne International Wine Competition (2016 Vintage)

    2017 – Bronze Medal at Yarra Valley Wine Show (2016 Vintage)

    2017 – Bronze Medal at Sydney Royal Wine Show (2016 Vintage)

    2017 – Bronze Medal at Decanter World Wine Awards (2016 Vintage)

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  8. Soumah 'The Butcher' 2016

    Soumah follows the great Australian tradition of the Shiraz-Cabernet blend ("The great Australian invention"- Len Evans) but adds a modern twist with Nebbiolo.

    'The Butcher' with it’s elegant and intense fruit & tannin structure is perfect with meat & cheese dishes.

    Bronze Medal at Melbourne International Wine Competition

    Bronze Medal at Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition

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  9. Bellvale 'Quercus Vineyard' Pinot Noir 2007

    Authoritative wine critic Jeremy Oliver recently described South Gippsland as having the "finest Pinot Noir site in Australia". We agree. Bellvale is just kilomteres from the iconic '2013 Wine of the Year' Bass Phillip winery & enjoys a similar - if not better- vineyard site. Compare with Bass Phillip Estate @ $120 - a third of the price! This red wine is classic mature, fragrant Burgundiuan style Pinot Noir - superb quality & a wonderful value Pinot for Sinagpore. 94 Points - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion 2011'
    $46.00
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  10. Misty Cove 'Signature' Pinot Noir 2016

    ★★★★ – 88 points Sam Kim – Wine Orbit – July 2017
    $47.00
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