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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 best regions in the world. From perfumed and pretty to dark and sexy, there’s something for every occasion and every food pairing.  

Every case contains TWO bottles of each of the following:

Red
Pinot Noir
Tasmania

Riversdale Estate Scorpio Pinot Noir 2021
Cherry
Earthy
Spice
Light-bodied
Lively
Ethereal
Five Star Halliday Rated Winery
Mofo Fave

2021 proved to be a strong vintage in Tasmania; quantities were up on 2020 and quality was strong across the board. And with Tassie pinot being in such high demand, we were quite chuffed to get our hands on this drop from Riversdale located in Apple Isle. It’s quite elegant with a bit of earthiness behind the cherry and strawberry fruit profile. Up front you can taste some bramble drawn from partial whole bunch pressing, but that soon gives 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.

You'd pay $38.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
South Africa

Julien Schaal Mountain Vineyards Pinot Noir 2020
Allspice
Black Cherry
Plum
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

We haven’t historically sourced a lot of pinot noir from South Africa. So if we’re going to do so, it better be good. And who better to bring us a stunner than Julien Schaal, the wine virtuoso making incredible stuff in both Alsace and South Africa? This pinot comes from a vineyard in Elgin, the coolest viticultural area in South Africa. Sounds ideal for pinot, right? Red clay, sea breezes and high altitude combine to provide complexity, nuance and texture to the juice. Hand harvesting, a natural ferment and 12 months in large format barrels mark the highlights of the crafting of this wine. Bright crimson in colour with a delicate nose of earthy aromas and red berries, this pinot hits the palate with savoury notes and just a touch of oak. If you didn’t already know that South Africa can produce great pinot, consider yourself put on notice.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Waipara Valley

Tiki Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017
Allspice
Raspberry
Musk
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Sam Kim
James Suckling
4.5 Stars Sam Kim

We’ve worked with the Tiki pinot gris previously, and with great success, so we thought it was time to bring over its sibling. It’s a vibrant and fleshy pinot noir that takes us on a little trip to Waipara, which is the main wine region of Canterbury, just north of Christchurch. In a place of stunning beauty, pinot grapes thrive. Sunny days and cold nights have made for a medium-bodied, firm wine with good tannin from time in oak. Cherries are the fruit of the hour in this wine, sitting amongst floral notes and a bit of spice.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Central Otago

McArthur Ridge Brassknocker Pinot Noir 2018
Strawberry
Rhubarb
Earthy
Light-bodied
Textured
Elegant

McArthur Ridge is a 20-year old vineyard with exceptional drainage located just north of Alexandra and between the Mata-Au and Manuherikia Rivers in Central Otago. Brassknocker is McArthur Ridge’s fruit-driven drink now-ish pinot noir. There’s still a bit of oak on it, but the plum, strawberry, and rhubarb brightness rule the day. You’ll even find a touch of mocha in there and the typical Otago herbaceousness and spice. A long finish with a fine acid line complete what is a total knockout for Otago pinot at this price.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Waipara Valley

Torlesse Pinot Noir 2017
Strawberry
Black Cherry
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate

The secret’s out, New Zealand pinot is taking the wine world by storm and we’re all for it. From the unique climate of Waipara Valley springs this masterfully balanced drop. Hand-picked fruit from Torlesse’s vineyards in the valley makes this a winner. We’re not sure whether to get more excited about the dark, brooding red fruits or the attractive florals that bounce from the glass. Thanks to the region’s slow ripening conditions, there’s intensity and structure to make this a mighty fine wine.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Geelong

Eagles Rise Pinot Noir 2017
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Sam Kim
4.5 Stars Sam Kim

It isn’t easy sourcing pinot from Geelong. There just isn’t that much of it to go around. A shame really, as the style is absolutely lovely. So when one comes around that’s this enjoyable at this price, you gotta jump on it. The wine presents with black cherry, some spice and a little bit of earthy funk. It’s fragrant and has settled nicely into its prime after a few years in bottle. And if the sun is high in the sky but you still fancy a red, you can’t go wrong putting a little chill on it. That’s versatility right there!

You'd pay $25.00 full price