Some of the Pinot family in all its Glory! Dig in to 6 different expressions:
’19 Shadowfax Pinot Gris – Macedon Ranges (VIC) – Potpourri, orange blossom and citrus notes. A rich powerful palate of fig, waxy almonds and sherbert like acidity. Textured and smooth mouthfeel, the fruit is strong, long and beautifully defined.
’19 Continental Platter Pinot Grigio – Mornington Peninsula (VIC) – Crisp and fresh Pinot Grigio bursting with the kind of goodness one can only find in organically farmed vineyards. It’s a textural expression of bright fresh apple and pear with a seaside breeze sense of salinity. Biodynamically farmed.
’19 Bill Downie ‘Cathedral’ Pinot Noir – Upper Goulburn (VIC) – Brisk and lively, with notes of cherries and complex structure and texture. Ripe fruit and a great finish
’18 Moulin de Gassac Pinot Noir – Pays d’Oc (FRA) – Lots of red cherries with a hint of raspberry. High acidity with fine tannins. Big, bold and juicy!
’19 BK Wines ‘skin n bones’ Pinot Noir – Adelaide Hills (SA) – An exceedingly low-yielding vintage has produced a truly elegant, fresh Burgundian-style wine. Smokey and driven by spice with a richer profile than we’ve seen in recent vintages. Power and presence is thoroughly balanced with finesse and length. This polished Pinot Noir is complete, finished, and delightfully savoury.
’19 SC Pannell Pinot Grigio – Adelaide Hills (SA) – Lots of pear with orange blossom water and lemon biscuit notes. Fruit-driven, with fresh acidity and balance along with complexity and an interesting interplay between texture and lightness. Pink grapefruit, pink lady apple and a sweet spice-laden nougat finish.