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Best Nz Pinot Noir

... pinot with incredibly silken texture and length, that has a very long life ahead of it. A pinot given the 'Rolls Royce' treatment from vineyard to winery. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Marlborough, Country: New Zealand ...
  • Marlborough

$270 / 6 pack

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... there's no hesitation to crack one open with lunch or even put a little chill on it for a warm day when you still feel like a glass of red. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Marlborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2017
  • Marlborough

$156 / 12 pack

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... feel very confident to lay this down for a good 5-7 years and let those ever intriguing secondary and tertiary characteristics shine through. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2019
  • Wairarapa

$165 / 6 pack

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... if I was a lighthouse keeper, I'd want something good in my glass on dark and stormy nights, so lucky these guys have come to the rescue. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Waipara Valley, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2020
  • Waipara Valley

$180 / 12 pack

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Yarra Valley pinot noir has become an international phenomenon in the past 20 years. This producer, a fave of ours, has recognised this and has made this wine in a more 'international' style. So what does that mean? It's ...
  • Yarra Valley

$119.4 / 6 pack

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... one only a dedicated pinot grower could master. Pinot like this has density, power and yet finishes with pure pinot drinking pleasure. Delicious, delightful, and damn good value. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: King Valley ...
  • King Valley

$162 / 12 pack

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You say Burgundy, I say Mornington. Seriously mofo, you'd be well advised to spend your pinot noir money locally when you can get wines like these. Stonier are performing well above the average in their wines, meaning ...
  • Mornington Peninsula

$192 / 6 pack

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... from Chile for years now - cabernet, sauv blanc, bubbles etc. Last year was the first time we found a pinot noir from this long sliver of nation that we thought was worthy of our mofo's palates. It was so popular that ...
  • Chile

$239.4 / 6 pack

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... be young, but in its drinking prime. Deep in flavour, yet light on its feet, this is pretty, complex, and magnificently Mornington. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Mornington Peninsula, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2021
  • Mornington Peninsula

$228 / 12 pack

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... way to the silky palate and gently spiced finish. We've got access to a decent amount of this wine, but Tassie pinot tends to fly off the shelf. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Tasmania, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2021
  • Tasmania

$228 / 12 pack

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... This well-known Victorian producer sources three different pinot clones from a little vineyard in the Yarra, ... more earthy characteristics will peek through. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, ...
  • Yarra Valley

$108 / 6 pack

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... there since 1928. Their story is one of family, of passion, and above all of harnessing life's great pleasures: good wine, food, and friends. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2019
  • Yarra Valley

$119.4 / 6 pack

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... is a modern producer, crafting pristine wines across some of the best plots in Burgundy. This 100% pinot noir is sourced from a two hectare vineyard in Mercurey that is planted in primarily limestone soils with rock ...
  • Burgundy

$270 / 6 pack

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... packing the fruit drive of cherry and blackberry. It plays the fine line between being fresh and deep, but hits the marks for elegance at all points. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Burgundy, Country: France, Vintage: 2019
  • Burgundy

$225 / 3 pack

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... . There is also a whisper of coffee grinds and pink peppercorns too. The palate is full (for an Old World pinot) but with fine grained tannins and an effortless elegance. Lucky it's a 6-pack, because this wine is just ...
  • Burgundy

$330 / 6 pack

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... Gordon, the team behind Halcón, are making arguably the closest thing to Rhône-style reds (and a bit of pinot noir) that can be found in North America (and doing it organically). These are rare wines that will reset your ...
  • California

$390 / 6 pack

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... the width of the narrow country of Chile. Talinay is their tiny coastal vineyard and the source of chardonnay and pinot noir that sits amongst the best in the world. Dom is in the Maipo Valley and a great location for ...
  • Chile

$269.7 / 3 pack

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... the width of the narrow country of Chile. Talinay is their tiny coastal vineyard and the source of chardonnay and pinot noir that sits amongst the best in the world. Dom is in the Maipo Valley and a great location for ...
  • Chile

$267 / 3 pack

$168 $89 .0 0

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... can find a favourite in their range). Whether it be sensational sparkling, succulent sauvignon blanc, perfect pinot noir, or shining chardonnay. This time, the spotlight is on the shiraz. Selected fruit, estate crafted ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$119.4 / 6 pack

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Blanc de Noirs is a term that is usually reserved for Champagne and other sparkling wines - but in this case ... spice and gentle mineral notes. Somewhat reminiscent of a pinot blanc and just begging to be paired with a long ...
  • France

$119.4 / 6 pack

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... over a chorus of blueberry and licorice. Almost pinot-like in its appeal, this is truly top-shelf ... be utterly stunning whenever you open it. Varietal: Shiraz, Region: Hawke's Bay, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2018
  • Hawke's Bay

$390 / 6 pack

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... taste a few bottles, we come running. He's a gun with the usual suspects from the region - sangiovese, pinot grigio and, of course, prosecco - but also one of the few that makes shiraz and cabernet fit to stand alongside ...
  • King Valley

$130.8 / 12 pack

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If ever there was a grape capable of magic, it's pinot noir. Little wonder it's key to many of the most expensive wines in the world. Luckily, there's none of that pomposity here. Here's a mix covering some of the very ...
  • Various

6 pack - $24.16 / BTL

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If ever there was a grape capable of magic, it's pinot noir. Little wonder it's key to many of the most expensive wines in the world. Luckily, there's none of that pomposity here. Here's a mix covering some of the very ...
  • Various

12 pack - $15.75 / BTL

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... de Bourgogne is always made in the traditional method of Champagne and this example, a Blanc de Noir, is mostly pinot noir with some gamay included. It's quite complex with a nose of strawberry, blueberry and toasted ...
  • Burgundy

$150 / 6 pack

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... sparkling wines our country can produce. We've got a fantastic one here that's 60% pinot noir, 35% chardonnay and 5% pinot meunier. After 20 months on lees, the wine has an almost imperceptible dose of residual sugar ...
  • Tasmania

$119.4 / 6 pack

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Almost equal parts chardy, pinot noir and pinot meunier, this impressive Champagne walks the line between fruity and mineral very well indeed. It has exuberant personality but finesse in volumes, no doubt - the Champagne ...
  • Champagne

$330 / 6 pack

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Bright, clean, and as soft as a rose petal, this is an utterly charming sparkling. 100% pinot noir grapes from the Leyda Valley, roughly between the capital, Santiago and the sea giving this its unmistakable berry-rich ...
  • Chile

$105 / 6 pack

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It takes some time to put this wine together. The pinot noir and chardonnay components are fermented separately before spending 9 months on fine lees. A blend is then made and bottled, always following the traditional ...
  • Burgundy

$119.4 / 6 pack

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Another year and we are yet again gobsmacked at the consistent value this pinot gris provides. Let's just lay out the virtues; mature vines, fantastic high altitude vineyard site, thoughtful and precise winemaking and a ...
  • King Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

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... of getting deeper it gets even more spritely, more exciting and aromatic. The finish is clean and refreshing, the colour has a tinge of pink. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Clare Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2021
  • Clare Valley

$138 / 12 pack

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... to the almost bashfully exuberant Fuji. Fresh, fleshy and mouth-wateringly moreish, if you don't know why we love this already, find out why. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Wrattonbully, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2021
  • Wrattonbully

$132 / 12 pack

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... grapefruit with a bit of cedary oak in the background. If you love powerful, mouth-filling and smooth chardonnay, then this one's for you. Varietal: Chardonnay, Region: Hawke's Bay, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2020
  • Hawke's Bay

$180 / 12 pack

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... with passionfruit, nettles and bell pepper. A nice little number out of Marlborough with a bit more going on than the usual savvy b. Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc, Region: Marlborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2021
  • Marlborough

$132 / 12 pack

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... to one place and one place only: a sunny picnic in the park. This 1 litre sized field-blend of pinot grigio, fiano and sav blanc is bright, lively and elegant with aromas of fruit salad and tinned peaches. Its light ...
  • King Valley

$90 / 6 pack

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Ben Leen's Central Otago

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48 hours in Sonoma County, California

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American wine is actually good

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A toast to Aussie pinot noir

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Is grenache the new shiraz?

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Different styles of pinot in New Zealand

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Bordeaux-style wines in New Zealand

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Fresh Kiwi vino (other than pinot)

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What's the perfect food match for pinot gris and pinot grigio?

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48 hours in Waiheke Island (NZ)

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Pinot gris vs pinot grigio - what's the flavour profile?

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What's the difference between pinot gris and pinot grigio?

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Alice Rule's Marlborough

... dangerously drinkable. So dangerous, that Marlborough accounts for almost three quarters of all wine produced in New Zealand. Love it or hate it, Marlborough sauvignon blanc is not going anywhere, except in your glass ...

The future of sauvignon blanc

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48 hours in Auckland - Day 1

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