OMG if you love reds this is for you…New World Pinot Noirs at their finest! Yum, yum, yum
Arguably the most difficult grape to grow, Pinot Noir fares very well on the other side of the world! From Australia’s cool-climate regions such as the Adelaide Hills and the Yarra Valley, to New Zealand’s famed Marlborough region and the windswept Central Otago. Explore the different characteristics each of these exciting New World regions lends to Pinot Noir.
Innocent Bystander, Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2018
From Victoria’s cool Yarra Valley region, this expressive Pinot Noir marries bright aromas of ripe strawberry and red cherry with subtle earthy notes and a lovely velvety mouthfeel.
Heirloom Vineyards, Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2019
A charming Pinot Noir from the Adelaide Hills. This delicious wine boasts a ripe and scented nose of redcurrants, cherries and plums complemented by spicy undertones – derived from a period spent ageing in French oak barrels.
Three Lions, Great Southern Pinot Noir 2019
Hailing from the Great Southern region on the south coast of Western Australia, this beguiling Pinot Noir is bursting with intense red cherry and bramble fruit flavours combined with a lovely toasty oak character.
Akarua, ‘RUA’ Central Otago Pinot Noir 2018
From one of the world’s most southerly wine regions, Central Otago, the ‘RUA’ Pinot Noir has lovely aromatic lift and intensity of flavour. Fresh and juicy red berry flavours and a pleasant touch of spice are complemented by fine tannins and a refreshing acidity on the palate.
Kim Crawford, Pinot Noir 2017
Made by blending grapes from Marlborough and Central Otago, this Pinot Noir has a lovely balance to it. Bright red berry fruit flavours of raspberry and cranberry are combined with more brooding black cherry notes and a subtle spiciness.
Trinity Hill, Hawkes Bay Pinot Noir 2017
From the Hawkes Bay region to the east of New Zealand’s North Island, this Pinot Noir packs a punch with intense raspberry, plum and bramble flavours, a well-integrated touch of spice and soft, velvety tannins.