Pinot Noir is a lighter bodied red wine originating in the Buurgundy Region of France. Pinot Noir thrives in cooler climates, and great examples of this wine can be found in South Eastern Australia, New Zealand, Califonia and Canada.
This 42 Degrees South Pinot Noir boasts a delicious mix of blackcurrant aromas that follow through onto the palate. Enjoy a delicately balanced flavour profile that'll linger on the palate for longer. An essential addition to your wine cellar.
This Pinot Noir from Six Foot Six boasts delicous aromas of sweet cherry and raspberry, with subtle touches of white pepper that'll set you salivating. A lively palate bursting with a variety of fruits brings the balance.
This Ata Rangi Pinot Noir is really something special. A deliciously supple body, rich in dark fruits and spices, hits the nose and follows onto the palate. This is one you'll want to savour and take your time over, with a lingering finish that'll last.
Who doesn't love a classic, rich Pinot Noir? With its deep colour and ripe cherry flavour, this Black Grape Society Master will impress red wine drinkers everywhere. Sweet berries provide the flavour base and subtle spices do the rest for a complex finish that you'll love.
This wine is a dark blood red in colour with an expressive nose of ripe plums, dark berries and a hint of forest floor. The palate is fruit driven with a core of supple red berry and cherry flavours highlighted by smoky spice complexity. Bright acidity and fine tannins with a long finish.
With aromas and flavours inspired by the forest, this Kooyong Massale Pinot Noir is bound to impress. Rich and complex flavours make this red one worth savouring, with a slight acidity giving it a lingering finish.
Le Chat Noir M Pierre Pinot Noir is a supple choice of red that's loaded with sweet berry flavours. Made with fruit from the Gers region in southern France, there's an incredible depth of flavour to delve into here.
This Pinot Noir from the Nanny Goat Vineyard is big on fruity flavour, with plenty of berry intensity and incredible aromatics. It's medium bodied with chalky tannins for a more lingering mouth feel and finish.
Situated in the Adelaide Hills, the altitude and cool conditions of Nepenthe's vineyards are ideal for growing the Pinot Noir grape. And it seems that the rest of the country is starting to cotton on to the fact that this region is producing some of the most exciting examples currently available. Full of ripe cherry and raspberry flavours with a complementing acid structure and soft tannin backbone make this Pinot ideal for food pairing on a wide scale.
Tasmania is loved around the world for its world class Pinots, and Ninth Island Pinot Noir is a wonderful example. Bursting with fruit flavours, while at the same time smooth and velvety. A delicious drop that matches well with a variety of food styles, including meats, Asian and spicy dishes.
This is a seriously complex Pinot. Oyster Bay Pinot Noir is intense and gamey, with cherry flavours and earthy characters. A spicy, savoury finish rounds off this sophisticated red that also happens to be great value for money.
A wine characterised by a delicate, refreshing side, Bin 23 Pinot Noir is gorgeously fragranced with thyme flowers and Hungarian sweet paprika. Medium-bodied with a glycerolic hint, this liquor is made complex with wet earth influences coupled with parsnip/turnip (kohlrabi) flavours. Peak drinking now to 2024.
Peninsula Panorama Pinot Noir is the perfect partner to light dinners and lazy afternoons. Light berry flavours and juicy fruit make up much of the palate, with a smooth texture and crisp finish that makes it ideal for food pairing.