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Best Pinot Noir 2017

... the most exciting spots for pinot noir in the US right now ... fruited and deeply complex results. Pinot is known as being the ...
  • Oregon

$300 / 6 pack

$85 $50.00

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... rambunctiously-berried, brambly style of pinot, alluding to forest floor before ... fruits. Med-full for a pinot, savoury and dense. It's ...
  • Chile

$162 / 12 pack

$27 $13.50

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This is dark and thoughtful pinot from the Yarra Valley. It' ... light-and-bright, innocently fruited pinots usually found in this price ...
  • Yarra Valley

$159 / 6 pack

$26.50

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Sometimes it takes not a hero, but a rage-against-the-machine mafioso kingpin to liberate a pond that's been muddied by dubious characters. Enter The Don.
  • Yarra Valley

$180 / 6 pack

$30.00

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Okay, so looks like I need a whole paragraph just to list the accolades this wine has received. Let's start with the points: 97 points from the NZ wine critic, Sam Kim, 96 points from James Suckling, 95 points James ...
  • Marlborough

$192 / 6 pack

$80 $32.00

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Felton Road is one of those wineries who keep their feet firmly planted on the ground. They do everything in the purist sense - including a 'no growth' policy to maintain quality and sustainability, as well as doing ...
  • Central Otago

$411 / 6 pack

$71 $68.50

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From one of the bona-fide legends of Châteauneuf, and one of the regions absolute most exciting producers, comes this top-tier bottling. Built to last, this line is always nothing short of heirloom-worthy. Vines planted ...
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape

$199.9 / each

$400 $199.90

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We all know by now that syrah and shiraz are the same varietal, right? But do we all know that Chile is producing excellent syrah? The country is best known for carmenere and cab sav when it comes to reds, but some of ...
  • Chile

$119.4 / 6 pack

$40 $19.90

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Ok, mofos, I'm not going mad. First thing I smelt here was olives. “Yeah right,” I thought to myself, “I've definitely just dreamt that up having seen the name on the label.” But then more and more of our fabulous Wine ...
  • McLaren Vale

$118.8 / 12 pack

$25 $9.90

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When you talk numbers regarding Domaine Raymond Usseglio, they're usually very small. Like his Roussanne, with production running to just 90 cases, when he chooses to make it. His 'La Part des Anges' tops out at 200 ...
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape

$299.7 / 3 pack

$200 $99.90

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Estancia Uspallata is a relative newcomer on the Mendoza wine scene. It's a collaboration between three men with great experience in the region. They have come together to make tiny quantities of exceptional wine sourced ...
  • Mendoza

$210 / 3 pack

$109 $70.00

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It's true that good Margaret River cabernet is not so rare a thing. After all, the terroir is ideal for the varietal. But if you have tasted a lot of Margs cab, you'll know that making that leap from good to exceptional ...
  • Margaret River

$179.4 / 6 pack

$65 $29.90

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We're a talkative bunch here at the fo', especially when we're perched at the tasting bench tucking in to the good stuff and sharing our thoughts. But as we tried the Lodge Hill Shiraz, an eerie silence swept the room. ...
  • Clare Valley

$240 / 12 pack

$25 $20.00

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The grapes for this unmistakably Heathcote shiraz come from a prime selection of vineyards from across the region. It's like they've taken elements from the body, and distilled them to capture the soul of the place. For ...
  • Heathcote

$174 / 12 pack

$35 $14.50

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This one was originally destined for export to the EU. We're delighted to tell you that the deal fell through. So now we have this Aussie wonder all to ourselves. Made of a blend of fruit from McLaren Vale and Paringa, ...
  • South Australia

$108 / 12 pack

$22 $9.00

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Sanglier bring us their take on a southwest French blend, a style where each grape supports the others to make a balanced and drinkable wine. In this case it's 55% McLaren Vale grenache, 30% Clare Valley shiraz and 15% ...
  • South Australia

$192 / 12 pack

$32 $16.00

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Woah woah woah… let's back it up a second. What's this all about anyway? Well, mofo, 'retromarcia' is Italian for 'reverse' or 'reverse gear'. You know, like, 'I'm gonna have to reverse to get out of this alleyway.' (' ...
  • Tuscany

$150 / 6 pack

$50 $25.00

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I was lucky enough to walk these vineyards a few months ago and spent some time with the family behind Viñalba. The old gnarled vines growing well at impossibly high altitudes require extremely dedicated attention. And ...
  • Mendoza

$150 / 6 pack

$50 $25.00

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The long cool growing season in Clare Valley works wonders with cabernet and shiraz. As the grapes slowly ripen, flavours and aromas develop and the result can be a pretty intriguing experience. This wine, from one of ...
  • Clare Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

$25 $9.90

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A mofo favourite is back! When I was part of the Dealer Team, chatting directly with mofos on the phone, this was without doubt one of the top 3 wines people asked for more of. It's as intense, as complex, as high ...
  • McLaren Vale

$174 / 6 pack

$67 $29.00

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This is like the Captain Jack Sparrow of shirazes. It's a swashbuckler, jam packed with ballsy flavour and rebel charm. There's plenty of exotic mystique thrown in there, too. Aromas of far off lands and a sense of ...
  • Limestone Coast

$108 / 12 pack

$27 $9.00

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Cabernet from the Hilltops tends to fall into the more medium-bodied category with savoury herbal notes. This one meets all those expectations with fruit along the spectrum of plum, black currant and cassis, backed up by ...
  • Hilltops

$118.8 / 12 pack

$25 $9.90

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Botrytised? Yes, 'noble rot', that 'good' kind of grape condition that happens in certain seasons, to produce fruit that is more intense in every way. This sweet treat is a more deep, luscious version of an already good ...
  • Coonawarra

$138 / 12 pack

$25 $11.50

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Old, old, old vines in the Barossa planted back in the 1850's and tended by the same family for the last 40 years. I'd say they know what they are doing at this stage. This is pure Barossa, but with an attractive ...
  • Barossa Valley

$150 / 12 pack

$31 $12.50

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We have the United States to thank for many incredible things: hamburgers, drive-thru cinemas, country music, and these simply staggering pinot noirs from California and Oregon.
  • Various

$180 / 3 pack

$86 $60.00

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From where you'd rather be. I'm referring to the gent on the label who is lounging on some very white sand, in the sun. Rosé has made the transition from holiday wine to everyday staple, and you'll be delighted if it's ...
  • Pays d'Oc

$180 / 12 pack

$30 $15.00

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This is our first taste of the 2020 vintage and wow it's impressive! Thankfully the limestone coast region missed many of the challenges faced by Australian wine regions this year and they're racing to get wines into ...
  • Limestone Coast

$108 / 12 pack

$26 $9.00

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Another vintage from a killer producer from the King Valley, a glorious gris-growing country. D'Sas certainly know what they're doing with the grape. Nevertheless, the amount of flavour and complexity you get for your ...
  • King Valley

$138 / 12 pack

$35 $11.50

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Mimi Flamingo may be a premium chardonnay, but that's not to say she's without attitude. She's a hand-picked, whole-bunch-pressed sass machine. Mimi epitomises everything we hold dear here at the 'fo - good wine, made by ...
  • Yarra Valley

$180 / 6 pack

$30.00

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Honestly, what more needs to be said about this wine? Renowned critic Ray Jordan (and many others) consider it Australia's greatest white wine. It's the benchmark all others are judged against. It's the Michael Jordan of ...
  • Margaret River

$329.7 / 3 pack

$109.90

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Don't you dare turn your nose up at the price tag, mofos. Or, if you do, know that many a happy wine lover will swoop in to gather the spoils. Firecracker Yarra fruit yields surprising complexity, with green apple, pithy ...
  • Yarra Valley

$144 / 12 pack

$24 $12.00

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... Italy. From fresh and textural pinot grigio to classic Sancerre sauvignon ...
  • Various

6 pack - 30.0 AUD / BTL

$324.0 $180.00

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No Stupid Questions: Is tempranillo just pinot on steroids?

Is tempranillo just pinot noir on steroids? Eddie and Tim, dive into the similarities and differences between two of our favourite grapes that had a mofo wondering... what's the bloody difference?

A long weekend wine guide to Willamette Valley, Oregon

... 's an American mecca for pinot noir, Oregon's Willamette Valley is ...

48 hours in Sonoma County, California

... for chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and pinot noir - although merlot and zinfandel ...

American wine is actually good

... taste buds. And from Willamette pinot noir to Californian zinfandel and Washington ...

Ben Leen's Central Otago

... , capable of producing world class pinot noir alongside swathes of aromatic white ...

A toast to Aussie pinot noir

Your mileage may vary and one the the greatest things about wine is just getting out there and trying different wines and making up your own mind. You know w...

What's the difference between Burgundy and pinot?

What's the difference between Burgundy and pinot? You might be surprised by the answer. Our Mofo Nic explains.

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

... the food pairings for pinot grigio and pinot gris are as different ...

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

Let's dig deeper and get into the flavour profiles of gris and grigio. One's richer and riper, while the other is cleaner and lighter - which one's which? We'll let our Mofo Summa explain...

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

Gris and grigio, same-same but different right? It's quite a simple answer really and it all comes down to region. Our Mofo Summa explains...

Different styles of pinot in New Zealand

New Zealand's worldwide wine reputation is pretty much synonymous with sauvignon blanc — but what you might not know is that the little country in the middle...

Fresh Kiwi vino (other than pinot)

It was a ski holiday to New Zealand that first got me curious about Kiwi red wines. In preparation for my trip, I was super keen to get a sniff of what was i...

No Stupid Questions: Where do I start in the Yarra Valley?

... the region's signature varieties: pinot, chardonnay and cabernet, and share ...

No stupid questions: Is a leggy wine better?

... of War Shiraz, Duck Sauce Pinot, a dash of vodka and ...

A Wine Bar Crawl Across Melbourne

Wine bars are Melbourne's lifeblood. Pumping low-intervention pinot through the not-so-secret laneways of the city's sprawling neighbourhoods. It's both deli...

Destination: Tamar Valley

Sitting on the boot of our rental car, passing around a bottle of pinot and some sandy cheese, we knew we were in a pretty fortunate position. Waves rolled o...

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