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Central Otago Pinot Noir

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... wine is named after the semi-arid north facing terraced slopes that grow some of the finest pinot noir in Central Otago. Planted in 2003, the vineyard is certified organic, the fruit is handpicked and the resulting wine ...
  • Central Otago

$192 / 12 pack

$40 $16 .00

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... and a touch of earthy complexity. Expect dark cherry, plum and thyme on the palate. This has it all in check, composed and confident. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Central Otago, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2018
  • Central Otago

$179.4 / 6 pack

$60 $29 .90

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... a range from Kalex Wines, a winery based in Central Otago that was the fulfillment of a lifelong dream of the ... compelling wine with a compelling story. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Waipara Valley, Country: New Zealand ...
  • Waipara Valley

$162 / 12 pack

$30 $13 .50

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... street cred? This could be the wine for you. The team over at Highfield in Marlborough have crafted a pinot noir with the kind of vibrant fruit, structure and depth that has the ability to satisfy so many drinkers. It ...
  • Marlborough

$216 / 12 pack

$40 $18 .00

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... Flamsteed says he believes this to be the best release of Applejack pinot noir yet. Often the fastest to sell out of the Giant Steps range, the Applejack pinot is undoubtedly one of the crown jewels of their world-class ...
  • Yarra Valley

$330 / 6 pack

$65 $55 .00

Selling crazy fast
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... top of New Zealand's South Island. The winemakers there know it and so should you: Marlborough pinot noir is awesome, especially the single vineyard stuff that's given the Rolls Royce treatment in the winery. Varietal ...
  • Marlborough

$192 / 6 pack

$80 $32 .00

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... awards and takes home trophies by the bagful, as well as receiving rave reviews. And there's a reason - the wine lives up to the hype. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Martinborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2017
  • Martinborough

$299.4 / 6 pack

$59 $49 .90

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... can at least be certain there's no rush to drink it. Special occasion wines rarely come more unique, interesting, or plain delicious as this. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Sonoma County, Country: USA, Vintage: 2016
  • Sonoma County

$450 / 6 pack

$109 $75 .00

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... finish of dried florals, you'll have a field day pairing this with an array of versatile dinner options (or lunch, no judgement here!). Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Marlborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2011
  • Marlborough

$150 / 6 pack

$60 $25 .00

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... legend. Bright cherries and strawberries, with just a sparkle of tannin for shape. It's not Grand Cru Burgundy, it's way more yummy. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Yarra Valley

$144 / 12 pack

$24 $12 .00

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... developments after a few years of age, when more earthy characteristics will peek through. But no one's forcing you to wait that long. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Yarra Valley

$119.4 / 6 pack

$59 $19 .90

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... and spicy notes. The fine acid backbone was made for rich, fatty dishes. No prizes for guessing our dream food pairing with this one! Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Yarra Valley

$99 / 6 pack

$16 .50

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... swashbuckling Abel clone (someone apparently snuck a cutting into the country in their boot), plus some of the more prolific Dijon clones. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2019
  • Wairarapa

$180 / 12 pack

$35 $15 .00

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... 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. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2016
  • Yarra Valley

$180 / 6 pack

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Gold medals, trophies and comparisons to Gevrey-Chambertin - is there anything this wine can't do? Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Yarra Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Yarra Valley

$210 / 6 pack

$45 $35 .00

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... that this producer is the OG of Victorian cabernet. They have been a leader for decades and are an icon in Central Victoria. It's not every day that these true gems come about, but when they do - we get pumped! Varietal ...
  • Bendigo

$216 / 12 pack

$55 $18 .00

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... winemaking, with the potential to keep your cellar in good company for many years. There's an almost pinot-esque perfume to it - lifted, complex and enchanting. The palate speaks of blueberries, plums, ground coffee, a ...
  • Mount Barker

$239.4 / 6 pack

$89 $39 .90

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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 - $25.83 / BTL

$336.0 $155.00

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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 - $16.58 / BTL

$490.0 $199.00

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... blanc is not just a pinot noir that's gone pale in the sun. But it is related to the famous red grape. This combines the crisp, clean refreshing appeal of a white, with a subtle hint of pot-pourri, rose petal and citrus ...
  • King Valley

$132 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .00

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Jamie Kutch is at the forefront of a new breed of California pinot noir and chardonnay producers, chasing the essence of Burgundy rather than the typical fuller, richer Cali style. This means more structure, more acid, ...
  • Sonoma County

3 pack - $76.33 / BTL

$310.0 $229.00

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... ripe pear tones bolstered by generous and balanced spice and a powerful body to boot, this really is Kiwi pinot gris in a nutshell. This 'drink now' style is certainly showing its best while young and (we think) paired ...
  • Wairarapa

$118.8 / 12 pack

$22 $9 .90

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... the Yarra has enough going on to make you take notice though. It's got texture to spare, the typical pinot g apple and pear fruit profile, and an underlying hint of gingerbread that really takes it to the next level. We ...
  • Yarra Valley

$150 / 12 pack

$26 $12 .50

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... surnames floating around those parts than in The Godfather. So really, you'd expect them to know what they're doing with pinot grigio. Varietal: Pinot Grigio, Region: King Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • King Valley

$108 / 12 pack

$25 $9 .00

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... that Charmaine Soloman cookbook that your aunty gave you a decade ago and start cooking up a South East Asian feast to match this wine. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Marlborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2018
  • Marlborough

$132 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .00

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... a touch of residual sugar and a viscosity that reminds you that this ain't grigio. The bottle will be drained before you know what happened. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Tasmania, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Tasmania

$180 / 12 pack

$32 $15 .00

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Italy's leading grape varieties have an established home in the King Valley, including the ever-popular pinot grigio. This example of the grape is bright with citrus and pear on the nose and freshness from the nose to ...
  • King Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

$27 $9 .90

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... and a lively texture. Playful this wine is indeed - whether it's Trivial Pursuit or backyard cricket - this wine will be a good match. Varietal: Pinot Grigio, Region: King Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • King Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

$22 $9 .90

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... abound here. Apples and pears, exotic spices, clove and almond meal make for a marvellous marriage with Asian cuisine or creamy cheeses. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: King Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • King Valley

$138 / 12 pack

$35 $11 .50

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... , body and richness. Expect a medium-bodied, viscous wine with spiced pear on the nose and palate and soft acidity from start to finish. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2019
  • Wairarapa

$132 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .00

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This is 100% Mornington pinot noir, made in the 'methode traditionnelle' of Champagne. The result is essentially a ... of green apple and nashi pear. And the pinot gives it a more savoury undertone and traditional ...
  • Mornington Peninsula

$132 / 6 pack

$45 $22 .00

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... gets you hooked on Kiwi rosé for good. It's a single vineyard wine, made from pinot noir, which we know grows so well in the region. Pinot has the ability to add not only fragrant berries to a wine, but also that onion ...
  • Marlborough

$118.8 / 12 pack

$25 $9 .90

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... simply putting on rosé-coloured glasses and watching it spin round and round. This is made from Yarra Valley pinot noir by one of the region's most respected and beloved winemakers. It's pretty with a nose of rose petals ...
  • Yarra Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

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... 50 years. And they often get the most attention for their fizz. The Luna is an NV blend of chardonnay and pinot noir that expresses a nose of citrus, fresh bread and green apples. The palate has a fine bead due to the ...
  • Pyrenees

$216 / 12 pack

$28 $18 .00

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... thing out of their rosé these days and this one fits the bill perfectly. It's 100% single vineyard pinot noir, providing fruit like strawberries and raspberries, and it's been fermented dry so there's certainly all the ...
  • Yarra Valley

$150 / 12 pack

$26 $12 .50

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This pinot noir-based Rosé comes from a small family winery that produces consistently good wines. This is not flashy Yarra, but more down to earth. The family grows the grapes (all estate fruit) and the wine is made by ...
  • Yarra Valley

$132 / 12 pack

$22 $11 .00

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... pack of Premium European Whites covers the need-to-know regions of France and Italy. From fresh and textural pinot grigio to classic Sancerre sauvignon blanc and a mouth-filling Rhône blend, this is a pack that will take ...
  • Various

6 pack - $30.0 / BTL

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... , subtle honey blossom and fleshy green fruit. If you're looking to broaden your palate and love riesling, pinot grigio or chenin blanc, then there should definitely be some gruner veltliner on your wine rack and we of ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$119.4 / 6 pack

$40 $19 .90

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... and a team of the best in the vineyard and winery. The result is simply pristine wines. This pinot-based rosé has a beautiful combination of puckering red berries and cherries, floral notes and a long finish. It ...
  • Wairarapa

$118.8 / 12 pack

$20 $9 .90

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... all have those moments of indecisiveness. What to drink? Red. Yes. But what am I in the mood for? A juicy pinot ? A winter warmer shiraz? A balanced gsm? And I've always wanted to try a cab franc that awakens your senses ...
  • Various

6 pack - $19.83 / BTL

$300.0 $119.00

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