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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 the very best regions of the southern hemisphere. From perfumed and pretty to dark and sexy, there’s something for every occasion and every food pairing.  

Every case contains TWO of each of the following:

Black Market Pinot Noir 2017

Yarra Valley, VIC

Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery 

For better or worse, one of the most iconic wineries in the Yarra made a pinot for a celebrity chef’s restaurants that wasn’t used due to the current restrictions. We were lucky enough to get our hands on it and share it with our mofos. It’s quintessential Yarra, full of cherry and strawberry with a bit of earthiness thrown in to a package that’s smooth as velvet. This is truly the repurposing of something special the best way we know how.

 YOU’D PAY $30 full price.

Red
Pinot Noir
Nelson

Falcon Ridge Estate Pinot Noir 2017
Allspice
Strawberry
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim
NZ Wine of the Year Awards 2018
Trophy Regional Award NZ Wine of the Year Awards 2018

Strap yourselves in for one of the kiwi pinot deals of the year. Our loyal mofos have been patiently waiting and often requesting for the ‘Fo to get more from Falcon Ridge; a splendid winery nestled nicely in Nelson, New Zealand. Well, ask and thou shalt receive. The 2017 vintage has reeled in a deserving 96 point score and a regional trophy at NZ Wine of the Year Awards (2018). With lashings of black cherries, blood plums, chocolate chunks and dried herbs to awaken the senses and a length that goes on and on, this wine delivers all the fruit richness and spicy characters we’ve come to expect from the land of the long white cloud yet still retains its poise and elegance so as to round out a super complex and versatile pinot.

You'd pay $55.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Central Otago

Bendigo Hills Pinot Noir 2015
Spice
Plum
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
Certified Organic
Single Vineyard

The 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 is superb, with intensity, elegance and agebility. The wine spends 14 months in oak (25% new) and now at 3-years-old, that oak is integrated into abundant fruit. Ripe dark cherry and plum are the main event, with hints of wild herbs, all nestled together with fine grained tannins and great length.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Wairarapa

Matahiwi Estate Reserve Selection Pinot Noir 2018
Black Olive
Cherry
Mushroom
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim
Sustainable farming

Every now and then, you find some gems. This is one of those. Light and bright, it ticks the fruit, complexity and pinosity boxes with a flourish. Even Sam Kim describes it with words like ‘delightfully fruited’ and ‘attractively expressed’. Like pinot, but also like your current credit rating? With this, neither has to suffer.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Chile

Leyda Reserva Pinot Noir 2019
Redcurrant
Savoury
Vanilla
Light-bodied
Textured
Ethereal

A rambunctiously-berried, brambly style of pinot, alluding to forest floor before a cascade of berries and cherries hits you in the schnoz. The palate’s youthful, spicy and richer than the nose implies – more chestnut and vanilla to layer in among the red fruits. Med-full for a pinot, savoury and dense. It’s hip to be a square; it’s cool to try Chilean pinot. You do you.

You'd pay $27.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Yarra Valley

Duck Sauce Pinot Noir 2018
Earthy
Redcurrant
Smoky
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate

2018 was a long, dry growing season and gifted this lovely Yarra drop with spades of lifted perfume and texture. Those bright cranberries and redcurrants are front and centre in its youth, and it’s a lovely option to chuck in the fridge for some cool and fruity freshness. But if you manage to avoid guzzling all of it down in the first month, it’ll reward cellaring with delightful forest floor and spicy notes. The fine acid backbone was made for rich, fatty dishes. No prizes for guessing our dream food pairing with this one!

You'd pay $16.50 full price