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... and his dad Robin started planning the Borthwick Vineyard & Winery onsite - and it's them we have to thank for this delicious pinot gris. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2020
  • Wairarapa

$132 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .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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... 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: 2019
  • Tasmania

$162 / 12 pack

$31 $13 .50

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Kiwis don't make wines by half measures. Their pinots are famously plush, their chardonnays generally rich, their savvy fabulously fruity, and their gris generous. Matahiwi delivered with this one. Wonderfully ripe and ...
  • Wairarapa

$138 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .50

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... experience with poise and grace. The finish is long and lingering. It's miraculous winemaking for your money, and we're totally in love. Varietal: Pinot Gris, Region: Eden Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • Eden Valley

$126 / 12 pack

$30 $10 .50

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... the golden delicious apples, honeysuckle and a long and chalky finish. It's a lovely wine that any pinot gris drinker would appreciate. Varietal: Pinot Blanc, Region: Adelaide Hills, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Adelaide Hills

$118.8 / 12 pack

$24 $9 .90

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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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Crystallum are third generation Walker Bay winemakers who are famous for crafting world renowned chardonnay and pinot noir. They describe 'The Agnes', named after their great grandmother as “sturdy in build and character ...
  • Walker Bay

$239.4 / 6 pack

$80 $39 .90

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... in Red Hill. David Lloyd runs the whole show there and produces some exceptional wines including pinot noir, chardonnay and gamay. Varietal: Chardonnay, Region: Mornington Peninsula, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2017 ...
  • Mornington Peninsula

$299.4 / 6 pack

$55 $49 .90

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We've been stocking the pinot noir from Maison Du Grand Pré for a few years now. Finally we've gotten our hands on their chardy as well. Took long enough! It's a clean and fresh style of the variety with loads of melon ...
  • France

$90 / 6 pack

$30 $15 .00

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... young wine, but it is looking polished and together. It has the classic basket of fruit that is common to Hills pinot - light berries, ripe cherries and a hint of bubblegum even. Not as light as the Yarra and not as dark ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$162 / 12 pack

$25 $13 .50

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... . The wines look fantastic across all varieties. Unfortunately there just isn't a huge volume of them. And with Tassie pinot being in such high demand, we were quite chuffed to get our hands on this drop made by one of ...
  • Tasmania

$228 / 12 pack

$38 $19 .00

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... and diverse vineyard aspects make for elegant and complex wines. This is a great example of classic Hills pinot - showing off ripe cherry and raspberry fruits, floral notes and a firm, but graceful body. Varietal ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$192 / 12 pack

$32 $16 .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

$390 / 6 pack

$100 $65 .00

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... the door, and we expect the same will happen here. This well-known Victorian producer sources three different pinot clones from a little vineyard in the Yarra, whole-berry fermenting them separately. The batches are then ...
  • Yarra Valley

$108 / 6 pack

$58 $18 .00

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This young pinot is simply delicious - an easy and charming wine. Handpicked from Loveblock's ... impacted the fruit, but added a lovely texture. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Central Otago, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: ...
  • Central Otago

$238.8 / 12 pack

$44 $19 .90

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Are you ready for an onslaught of French words? Kinda goes with the territory when discussing Burgundy. This pinot noir, produced by Domaine Lemoule, comes from an area called Coulanges-la-Vineuse, which is a sub-region ...
  • Burgundy

$165 / 6 pack

$55 $27 .50

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... nearly a year in 25% new oak - so there's a bit of vanilla and spice, nestled in a medium-body, with just the right amount of tannin. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Martinborough, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2018
  • Martinborough

$168 / 12 pack

$28 $14 .00

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... grape to handle at the best of times, let alone when on a budget. Every now and then, though, you do find some gems. This is one of those. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2019
  • Wairarapa

$150 / 12 pack

$35 $12 .50

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... flavour wrapped up generously in red fruits, delicate poise and fine, chalky tannin. There's enough acid to make this pinot sing with food and keep you coming back to your glass. Another lovely vintage Paddy! Varietal ...
  • Wairarapa

$192 / 12 pack

$35 $16 .00

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Ah, the age-old debate. Do I go for a gris or a grigio? Centuries of hard study and impossible calculations by boffins all over the world have gotten us no closer to finding an answer. Then, someone at Vinomofo put this ...
  • Various

12 pack - $12.08 / BTL

$318.0 $145.00

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... 'Fo. And what better way to celebrate than with some bubbles? This sparkling rosé is a blend of chardonnay and pinot noir, providing the best of both worlds. There's a bit of toastiness and citrus from the chardy coupled ...
  • King Valley

$150 / 12 pack

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This pinot pack lives up to its name - packed full of some serious good gear that's just begging to be enjoyed. We've provided the most important ingredient - the wine - so all you need to do is just add friends, your ...
  • Various

12 pack - $16.25 / BTL

$418.0 $195.00

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This pinot pack lives up to its name - packed full of some serious good gear that's just begging to be enjoyed. We've provided the most important ingredient - the wine - so all you need to do is just add friends, your ...
  • Various

6 pack - $23.66 / BTL

$285.0 $142.00

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... drum, making delicious and increasingly applauded wines from the gamay grape. Whether you are into the savoury elegance of pinot noir or the berry spice of gamay, this pack is sure to please, showing off some of the best ...
  • Various

6 pack - $31.5 / BTL

$379.0 $189.00

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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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... new cellar door in Hahndorf. They are industry leaders in a variety of areas including sustainability and pinot clones, but it's their sparkling program that has really captured our attention. They have five sparkling ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$270 / 6 pack

$45 .00

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Last year, we dipped our toes in with Savian, an organic producer in Veneto, and imported their pinot grigio. It was an awesome wine and our Mofo's absolutely loved it. So this year, we've gone back for more variety. ...
  • Italy

$180 / 12 pack

$30 $15 .00

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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 - $21.5 / BTL

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... concentrated wine, bursting with rich, juicy fruit. There's depth to it, and plenty of interest in the glass. Think pinot with more body, or merlot with more cherry (and character). There's no oak, so it's all about that ...
  • Piedmont

$119.4 / 6 pack

$35 $19 .90

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... Wine Show, you're doing pretty damn well. Ya see, cabernet is the historic red grape of the region (pinot noir came along much later) and there are still some amazing examples being produced. Ask any winemaker in the ...
  • Yarra Valley

$150 / 12 pack

$30 $12 .50

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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

$29 $10 .90

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

From raw fish ceviche, to creamy curry dishes - the food pairings for pinot grigio and pinot gris are as different as their flavour profiles. We asked our Mofo Summa for a few recommendations, just don't mention ...

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...

5 reasons why winemakers love the heartbreak grape - pinot noir

... has broken a thousand winemakers' hearts. A varietal so fickle that it's been dubbed the 'heartbreak grape', pinot noir is a true mofo to get right. As Napa Valley winemaking legend André Tchelistcheff put it: “God made ...

5 "other" wines online for pinot mofos.

... loves pinot noir, but sometimes we are still astonished at the demand for the varietal, with so many smooth crooners out there that are just as delicious. So, here are 5 great wines we have online with pinot-esque ...

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?

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...

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...

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...

A long weekend wine guide to Willamette Valley, Oregon

If there's an American mecca for pinot noir, Oregon's Willamette Valley is undoubtedly it. Known for its robust and passionate scene of garagistes, it's also home to two-thirds of the state's vineyards and more than 500 ...

48 hours in Sonoma County, California

... , coincidentally, is far larger in terms of production than the more famous Napa. Sonoma County is best-known for chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and pinot noir - although merlot and zinfandel put up a pretty good fight.

American wine is actually good

... , Ben, who sang the country's praises. We made him win us over in the only way we know how: with our taste buds. And from Willamette pinot noir to Californian zinfandel and Washington cabernet, we're starting to waver...

No stupid questions: Is a leggy wine better?

... his head. "If a wine has legs, does it make it better?" With help from Art of War Shiraz, Duck Sauce Pinot, a dash of vodka and some serious close-ups, Eddie 'The Wine Guy' breaks down everything you need to know about ...

Ben Leen's Central Otago

... , no other New Zealand region is better known for great wine than Central Otago, capable of producing world class pinot noir alongside swathes of aromatic white. Ben Leen is one of the new guard of Otago winemakers, 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...

Is grenache the new shiraz?

It's always the quiet ones. Too often snubbed in favour of shiraz or passed over for a pinot noir, grenache is one of Australia's most chronically underrated grapes. But this multi-talented little varietal is starting to ...

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