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The 2016 Pinot's from the Belarine Peninsular are Crackers!
The Crimson, Oakdene's Blue Label Pinot & all of the Hoddles Creek Pinot's rank as some of the best value on the Market
From the same Vineyard we source the Wine Decoded Bathtub Shiraz from this is a cracker! So much fun!
A labour of love. Super low production, made with passion.
Pure & Vibrant! The palate is seamless and finely balanced.
4 Trophies at the Royal Qld Wine Show! The Stodart for Best Young Red, Best Pinot Noir, Best Single Vineyard Red, Best Red of Show.
Lovely juice, it’s round and yet mouth-watering with layers of dark cherry and anise fruit, ripe tannins and good drive.
There is lovely perfume lift and a purity of fruit. The palate is beautifully balanced and finely structured
Layers of concentrated fruit and a refined texture this is a superb effort full of personality!
Lovely purity depth and length. Vincent is certainly making vibrant, expressive wines, fruit leaps out of the glass. Supple and punching above it's weight.
The most Feminine and Elegant of the Yabby Lake Block Pinot's ... it'll entice you all the way to the bottom of the glass!
The Boy for the Block 1 Girl. More immediately Opulent , Round & Rich than the Block 1 Pinot!
Brooding with Sour Cherry and Dark Fruit. Kinda the child to Block 1 and Block 2
Satin textured with dark cherry fruit, flecked with violet and a gentle lick of ripe, tender tannin; this is Volnay villages of the highest order.
It’s a seductive, layered, Gevrey loaded, with sweet, fresh, spicy fruit that builds to a sappy, delicious finish.
This is a first-rate Morey-Saint-Denis villages
Given his experience in Pommard, home turf, if he'll have handle on any fruit this will be it!
‘Les Corbeaux’ is bordered one side by the Grand Cru Mazis Chambertin! Takes me to a very happy place!
2015 was a Great Year in Vic. Each of these producers pulled out the stops to make three delicious yet very different Pinots!
Missed out? Try the 2015 Vic Pinot 3-Pack Instead! Inc. Serrat, Yabby Lake and Hoddles Creek 1er!
It’s an extroverted, perfumed Chambolle with plenty of fruit and a seductive texture.
It’s a beautifully aromatic, generous Volnay, full of drive and life, with a supple, seductive texture and fine structure.
It's time for our 2nd Pinot 'Smack Down'. This time it's an all French affair with two Village Burg's from Stéphane Magnien, his Morey-Saint-Denis and his Chambolle-Musigny!
Fans of Domaine Denis Mortet will be familiar with this vineyard and Leroux’s bottling, too, is seriously impressive.
This has pretty, ethereal wild strawberry & floral fruit that sings in the mouth until the lingering savoury, earthy finish kicks in.
Sustained and structured, this wine waits for you on the palate with just the right balance between strength and expression of fruit.
This succulent, layered powerhouse was fermented with 30% whole bunches and raised in 30% new oak.
Lush red cherries & raspberry preserve aromas, dried orange peel, menthol. Medium-bodied with ripe red berry fruit and cracked black pepper, saline with impressive depth & structure on the finish.
A super elegant nose, ultra-pure essence of red berries, violet, plum, spice & floral nuances. Excellent volume & serious punch. a caressing mouth feel on the lightly mineral-inflected finish.
There is terrific intensity to the sleek and mineral-driven medium-bodied flavors that possess fine size, weight & focused power on the saline finish where a touch of bitter cherry appears.
If I were to name the best Burgundy I’d drunk, Clos de la Roche from Domaine Ponsot would be near the top of the list.