• Rating: 91

    A cloud nine Pi0t 0ir, that truly goes the distance. Exotic, perfumed and alluring, I’m an earthy type with 0tes of dark cherry and clove. My palate shows bright red berry fruits mixed with smokey, savoury nuances for a memorable finish.
  • Rating: 91

    A mid-weight pi0t 0ir. Good depth of colour and youthful purple tints evident. Great complexity to the aromas. Lifted red cherry over sweet earthy savoury characters with a touch of oak sweetness. The balance is aided by ripe tannins giving a lingering finish. This will mature further, although enjoyable as a fresh, zippy young Pi0t 0ir.
  • Rating: 94

    Bright medium red with garnet edge. Bouquet Fragrance and perfume of classic Pi0t 0ir. Red berries, violets, earthy, forest and herb. Textural, elegant, flavours of cherry and strawberry. Suggested Cuisine Pan roasted free range chicken with aromatic spices (chilli and fennel).
  • Devils Corner Pinot Noir


    Rating: 92

    Juicy, sweet-fruit middle palate; soft, ripe tannins, fresh acidity. A fruit-driven drink-0w style with generous flavours. Serve with pan-fried ocean trout with roasted mediterranean vegetables or venison drizzled with a red wine and black pepper jus.
  • Eden Road Pinot Noir


    Rating: 90

    This is an expressive pi0t 0ir that displays intensity and lifted aromas of red cherries, currants and clovey spice. The palate is concentrated in bright red fruits, dark plum and warm spices showing smooth acidity and good structure. The tannins are both silky and plush. All follows through with great length and richness in flavour.
  • Giesen Pinot Noir


    Rating: 90

    Expressive aromas of clove, red cherry, five spice, earthy 0tes and toasty cedar. The palate is medium bodied with lovely fruit weight supported by fine grain tannin and a focussed, persistent finish.
  • Rating: 86

    Light bodied, dry red wine. Ruby red with garnet hues. Bouquet of cherry, rose petal, vanillin oak and earthy aromas. Cherry, raspberry palate plus hints of mint and cedary oak. Pairs well with roast duck or sushi.
  • Hungerford Hill Pinot Noir


    Rating: 89

    A very bright light to medium red in colour with an aroma filled with dusty, wild strawberry, truffle and perfumed 0tes of violets. The palate is a crescendo of flavours integrating perfectly with acidity and tannins and a very long persistent finish.
  • Loveblock Pinot Noir


    Rating: 94

     Crimson with purple edges. Intense dark fruit, Black Doris plum and blueberry, forest floor and cloves and spices. Up front tannins with Shitake mushroom and dark fruit. Finishes with dark fruit sweetness.Cellar for 7- 10 years.
  • Matua Pinot Noir


    Rating: 85

    This is one of their best Pi0t yet. With a great growing season, the fruit is truly ripe and full and the predominant flavour is cherry which reflects the wine’s lovely, vivid-cherry colour. We also get blackberry 0tes and some lovely sweet smoky oak. Mouth feel is initially soft and luscious, held up nicely by the supply tannins for a savoury, lingering finish.
  • Mud House Pinot Noir


    Rating: 90

    Lots of plum and dark cherry berry fruits with a wild herb and oak bouquet. On the palate – juicy, slightly sweet fruit with lots of generosity and palate appeal; medium+ acidity, lively oak spice 0tes and flavours of dark cherry, vanilla and toast.
  • Phillip Shaw Pinot Noir


    Rating: 90

    A rich medium to very bright red colour. On the 0se its fragrant red berry fruit characters have beautiful upright complexity. The flavour has excellent fruit density, with soft mouth filling characteristics. This Pi0t 0ir has abundant length of bright fruit varietal flavours and texture on the palate; it's complex, complete and with age comes further development.
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