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  1. Fat Bastard Pinot Noir 2019
    Fat Bastard Pinot Noir 2019
    Fat Bastard sources fruit from the best regions around the world. They are focused on the wines being distinctive, showing classic features and excellent balance of fruit acid and tannin.

    Thierry, a renowned winemaker who had crafted wines from California to France, from Chile to South Africa and Guy Anderson, his dear friend from London are the creators of this infamous label.

    Together they have conquered the world with their insanely affordable and delicious wines form around the world, always with an eye on quality production and ridiculous value.

    This is light, fresh and airy Pinot grown in the cooler sites of Frances great south-west. Red fruits and a filigree palate float you along this easy drinking quaffer. This is not serious wine but fun and super-gluggable - nailed it! PWS
    2019
    Pinot noir
    USA
    362
  2. 2A Pinot Noir 2019
    2A Pinot Noir 2019

    Made by an icon within the Australian wine industry Matt Harrop. Matt had stints at Grosset and Brokenwood before creating Shadowfax in 1999. Now making wine at Curly Flat and Silent Way, Matt has gained a reputation for making stunning cool climate wines with structure, concentration and complexity.
    This Pinot Noir was made exclusively for the Prince Wine Store with fruit sourced from the Macedon Ranges. The youthful wine presents a vibrant nose of fresh cut strawberries with a herbaceous edge. Bright red fruit follows on the palate, with fresh crunchy acidity and subtle spiced characteristic. Beautifully accompanied with roast rabbit or enjoyed on its own. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    426
  3. De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2019
    De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2019

    The idea of a Villages blend is to create attractive and appealing wine from different villages within the Yarra Valley. Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir are selected from best growers along with and Grenache chosen from Heathcote. 

    How Steve Webber and his team manage to punch out such great wines, accross the whole ranged with this value is always a surprise to us.

    Another stellar effort and effortlessly is the key word here. Floral and bright with a serious tone to the fruit that is dialled in with a fresh Autumnal leaf that sits gently in the background. Softly sweet fruit, fresh and clean with a little x-factor that keeps you coming back for more. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  4. De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2018
    De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2018
    The idea of a Villages blend is to create attractive and appealing wine from different villages within the Yarra Valley. Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir are selected from best growers along with and Grenache chosen from Heathcote. 

    How Steve Webber and his team manage to punch out such great wines, accross the whole ranged with this value is always a surprise to us.

    Incredibly all the fruit was hand harvested and a combination of whole berry with 15-25% whole bunch is fermented with 12-18 days of maceration. Pressed, settled overnight and then filled to French casks by gravity. Amazingly gentle and thoughtful winemaking for a wine in this category. Bright strawberry, light summer herb and lifted aromas that follow onto a pillowy but trim body with plenty of flavour and lovely zest throughout. PWS
    2018
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  5. Silent Way Pinot Noir 2018
    Silent Way Pinot Noir 2018
    The Silent Way Pinot Noir is grown at Kilmore all sourced from the Quarry Ridge Vineyard. Planted from the mid 1980s, it's a very cold site, D5V12 and MV6. Lots of rock here- the western boundary was mined for bluestone many years back. Not officially macedon Ranges- about 1 km west of the Macedon GI boundary. A super cool sight so warmer vintage like 2018 suit it well.

    Hand harvested fruit was fermented naturally with 10% whole bunches, pumped over daily.20 days on skins, pressed then settled for 5 days then racked to oak for a natural MLF. Only 5% new wood.
    Campari notes, black fruits, some cocoa dust and sweet red cherries. Palate is sweet fruited, evenly ripened and shows good powerful flavours- black cherry, some earthy notes and ripe positively structured tannin. This is a firmly structured, sweetly fruited Pinot- showing the positive effects of a cool site in a warm season.

    And don't forget this is named after one of the game-changing jazz tracks by Miles Davis. PWS
    2017
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    426
  6. Airlie Bank Pinot Noir 2020
    Airlie Bank Pinot Noir 2020

    You’ll likely buy it for less than the RRP listed here, which is a good thing for the consumer. Another excellent wine from the master of complexity at entry level prices, Tim Shand.

    Orange peel, amaro herbs, red fruit, spicy, and very savoury. It’s light, kind of juicy, but bright and complex, sappy and a little bit ‘out there’, slight smokiness, energy and crunch, and all-round deliciousness of drinking. Finish is good. Love this. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

    This always has a good chunk of whole-bunch to bring out the spicy Pinot fruit and it does it so well in a fresh and buoyant style.  Red cherried fruit bursting through with an orange peel twang and plenty of sweet spice notes carry it through to the racy and vibrant finish. No oak of oak its just pure, fresh and utterly smashable. PWS

    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  7. Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2020 375ml
    Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2020 375ml
    A blend of the Mcintyre, Robinson and Garden vineyards that receives all the care attention of the single vineyard bottlings. A bit of dark cherry and heady spice with a touch of pretty florals that linger gently. A bit of French oak and some whole bunch add some slippery texture and a whole of class. A peppery, savoury touch on the palate with some pretty oak framing the plush fruit. Fantastic stuff.
    We have always had great relationship with the Mcintyre family and Kate in particular who we have collaborated with on numerous projects. They are pioneers and standard bearers for the Mornington Peninsula. The wines from top to bottom are all sensational and we are proud to call them our friends. PWS

    Our philosophy in everything we do is to make the most of top quality ingredients. Intensive, hands-on care in the vineyard, with minimal use of chemicals, produces the best possible fruit for our wines. Wild yeast ferments and minimal intervention winemaking, with a nod to traditional Burgundian techniques, allow our wines to express their site specificity, or terroir. MOOROODUC
    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    441
  8. Nunc Pinot Noir 2019
    Nunc Pinot Noir 2019

    Dave Mac formerly of Oyster bay and now Ar Fion heads up this awesome little collaboration that morphs from year to year. Working with growers from four Yarra Valley vineyards, stretching across the region's myriad of microclimates and soils this a classic looking Yarra Pinot.

    Yarra Station, Willowlake, Beenak and Primavera Vineyards, Yarra Valley

    The fruit from the Yarra Station and Willowlake vineyards was fermented as whole bunches for approximately 14 days. After a few light stomps they were pressed together to stay on light lees in old barrels. The remaining fruit (from Beenak and Primavera) was completely de-stemmed and fermented for approx 22 days with a light pump over every day. They were then pressed to a mix of old and two-year-old French barriques.

    After two months, malolactic fermentation was complete and the wines were racked together as a blend then returned to barrel for a further few months to help vineyard characters to integrate with each other and make a complete wine. At the end of August the wine was racked lightly again to tank, prior to a light sulphur addition in preparation for bottling.
    No fining or filtration.

    The result is a savoury, amaro- and tea leaf-inflected Pinot, with lifted notes of red cherry, raspberry and rose leading to a palate that is juicy and bright, medium-bodied, and with a deliciously smoky-spicy close. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  9. Wickhams Road Gippsland Pinot Noir 2020
    Wickhams Road Gippsland Pinot Noir 2020

    From the same vineyard as the Gippsland Chardonnay; guided through the winery to show maximum regional expression, has dark fruits and savoury finish. The fruit is sourced from our own vineyard in Gippsland. We travel down to Gippsland once a week to tend the vines. The wine is destemmed without crushing and left on skins for 25 days. We use a mixture of natural and cultured yeast to achieve a balance between fruit and complexity. The wine is bottled without filtration or fining. HODDLES CREEK ESTATE

    Again, this year I fancy the Gippsland over the Yarra.

    Strawberry, spice, light perfume. It’s light-bodied, all the strawberry juice and subtle autumnal/smoky tones, fine dusting of emery tannin, some pepper on spice on a cool finish of good length. Likely to build a bit more complexity with time in bottle. Good release. Pretty. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  10. Roche de Bellene Bellenos Rouge 2018
    Roche de Bellene Bellenos Rouge 2018
    The Bellenos Cuvée Rouge is primarily from the Beaujolais area in the south of Burgundy, where fruity, mineral-inflected Gamay Noir is grown on granite soils. It is blended with finely structured Pinot Noir from the Côte d’Or in northern Burgundy. The result is a fresh, fruit-forward “Vin de Plaisir” — a deliciously expressive wine for everyday enjoyment.
    Grape varieties: 80% Gamay Noir and 20% Pinot Noir
    2018
    Gamay, Pinot noir
    France
    358
  11. Palliser Estate Pencarrow Pinot Noir 2018
    Palliser Estate Pencarrow Pinot Noir 2018

    Palliser Estate planted in 1984 is one of the pioneers of the Martinborough region. Martinborough only produces 1% of New Zealands' wine but is now synonymous with growing and making great wine. All the wines are 100% estate grown from six vineyards situated on the revered Martinborough Terrace, 25% of which are under organic management with the aim to take this to 100% by 2025.
    Like so many of the great producers its not just the quality of the wines the produce but the consistency that makes them so impressive which makes Pencarrow, undoubtably, one of the greatest value wines coming out of NZ. PWS

    Martinborough pinot.

    It scratches the pinot itch and then some. Keen buying/drinking to be enjoyed here. Complex, undergrowthy, herb-strewn flavours meet solid, varietally-styled fruit. Dry tannin and plenty of savoury spice note; it’s a winner. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, The Wine Front

    2018
    Pinot noir
    New Zealand
    435
    $26.00
  12. Oakridge Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2019
    Oakridge Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2019

    2020 Langtons Yarra Valley Wine Show
    GOLD MEDAL

    A traditional winemaking approach with whole berry/bunch fermentation in open vessels for three weeks followed by a 9 month maturation in French oak barrels.

    Crimson Red in colour with a maroon hue. A sophisticated mix of fruit and spice aroma’s on the nose. With crushed strawberry, red cherry and pomegranate, element of spice and a touch of earth from the whole bunch inclusion add complexity. The palate displays a lush and layered density of fruit with dark cherry and red berry flavours with plush fruit tannins woven in adding complexity. There is a soft yet bright acid line providing drive and length to wine before the classic fantail finish of a great Yarra Pinot Noir.

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  13. Clyde Park Locale Pinot Noir 2019
    Clyde Park Locale Pinot Noir 2019

    A different label to the one I remember, and better two, though I see now that it’s the third vintage that’s sporting the new livery.

    Dark, spicy, brambly and meaty, but with good perfume of dried rose and vanilla. Plenty of dark and spicy flavour, a quiet brooding succulence, fine powdery tannin grip, goes a bit more into ripe strawberry as it finishes with solid length. Easy to like, I think. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    395
  14. Moorooduc Estate Devil Bend Creek Pinot Noir 2019
    Moorooduc Estate Devil Bend Creek Pinot Noir 2019

    We have always had great relationship with the Mcintyre family and Kate in particular who we have collaborated with on numerous projects. They are pioneers and standard bearers for the Mornington Peninsula. The wines from top to bottom are all sensational and we are proud to call them our friends. PWS

    Our philsophy in everything we do is to make the most of top quality ingredients. Intensive, hands-on care in the vineyard, with minimal use of chemicals, produces the best possible fruit for our wines. Wild yeast ferments and minimal intervention winemaking, with a nod to traditional Burgundian techniques, allow our wines to express their site specificity, or terroir. MOOROODUC

    A touch of tomato leaf with raspberry and a slight black fruited edge to this slightly more plump and plush version of the Devil Bend Creek. Light, gentle tannins slide their way through the middle. Slippery and gorgeous with plenty of fruit but a lovely buoyancy as well. PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    441
  15. Caves de Pouilly Les Tuileries Coteaux du Giennois Sur Loire Rouge 2018
    Caves de Pouilly Les Tuileries Coteaux du Giennois Sur Loire Rouge 2018
    The Caves de Poulliy wines are sourced from the relatively new appellation of Cotteaux de Giennois which sits in the upper Loire just north of Sancerre. It shares the same kimeridgian clay and limestone soils commone to the region which give the wines their distinctive, minerally twang.

    These are such cracking wines that are terroir driven and unique as well as being stupidly drinkable. Ther is a white that is baby Sancerre and this red which is blend of mainly pinot noir with a touch of gamay. It's all about the pure red fruits and crunchy earthy spice which jumps out at you. It's bright and brambly and you can smell the clay soils. Airy and easy but with a spike of fresh tannin that cuts the juicy fruit. All-in-all pretty easy to get through a bottle of this with a friend so you better buy two! PWS
    2018
    Gamay, Pinot noir
    France
    418
  16. Shadowfax Macedon Pinot Noir 2020
    Shadowfax Macedon Pinot Noir 2020
    Alister Timms is making some of the very best expressions of cool climate wines in Australia from Shadowfax's home in the Macedon cool high reaches where they get concentrated fruit purity while maintaining natural acidity.

    The 2020 vintage shows lovely poise from the get-go with lifted aromatics over small, red berried fruit and subtle earthy complexity. There is Campari spice and sandalwood  and a touch of exotic spiced plum fruits that lead into a long and refined palate. PWS
    2020
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    395
    Special Price $29.00 Regular Price $34.00
  17. Clyde Park Locale Pinot Noir 2018
    Clyde Park Locale Pinot Noir 2018

    Blended from a range of clones and soil types from vineyards in the Moorabool Valley, this wine reflects the diverse complexity of our site’s varying aspects and soils. Fruit for this wine is sourced from 3 vineyards over seven clones planted between 1988 to 2000. Various ferments with different percentages of whole bunch are aged in French oak and then blended to give a final 15% new oak and 20% whole bunch. PWS

    A blend of estate and purchased fruit from the Moorabool Valley, extracted gently with a smidgeon of whole bunch and a swab of new oak (10% respectively). The result, a sassy pinot with chinotto, rhubarb, cardamon and maraschino cherry notes clattering along a gentle weave of tannin. NED GOODWIN, JamesHalliday.com

    2018
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    395
  18. Stoney Rise Pinot Noir 2019
    Stoney Rise Pinot Noir 2019
    This is our 10th vintage of this Austrian Grape variety. Our aim with this wine, as with all our others is to show the varietal characters as well as the seasonal variances we get here in Tasmania.
    Our 2019 is showing the usual characteristics of some pear and almond on the nose. The palate has some pear as well as a hint of lime zest. The citrus character carries through to the finish which is equal to the zippy acidity from this fresh wine that has been bottled at only 11% alcohol. STONEY RISE
    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
    Special Price $30.00 Regular Price $33.00
  19. Michael Hall Sang de Pigeon Pinot Noir 2019
    Michael Hall Sang de Pigeon Pinot Noir 2019

    Not only is Michael a legend, his wines are just fantastic. This is as good as Adelaide Hills Pinot gets and fruit sourced from the cooler parts of the 'Hills' Make all the difference. PWS

    Low winter rainfall and blustery weather during flowering resulted in a very small crop. December and January were hot with cooler weather during February and March. Picked on the 4th, 15th and 24th March from Lenswood and Piccadilly, wild yeast fermented in open fermenter and closed puncheons with 22% whole bunches. Matured on malo lees for 11 months in French oak (18% new). Unfined.

    Cinnamon, blackcurrant blossom, Pears soap, jasmine, mulled mandarin, pannacotta, musk stick, rhubarb crumble, crystalline violets. MICHAEL HALL WINES

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    340
  20. Kooyong Pinot Noir 2019 375ml
    Kooyong Pinot Noir 2019 375ml

    Kooyong, owned by Giorgio and Dianne Gjergja, released its first wines in 2001. The vineyard is planted to pinot noir (20ha), chardonnay (10.4ha) and, more recently, pinot gris (3ha). In July '15, following the departure of Sandro Mosele, his assistant of six years, Glen Hayley, was appointed to take his place. The Kooyong wines are made at the state-of-the-art winery of Port Phillip Estate, also owned by the Gjergjas. JAMES HALLIDAY

    The estate Pinot Noir from one of the Mornington Peninsula’s flag bearers.

    It’s a wine defined by its shape. It angles towards the finish and then pushes on out; the pulleys are in place from the beginning. Twiggy spice, a general woody/savouriness, dark cherry and a light coating of cedar. I wouldn’t call it taut but I would call it firm and indeed strict. It’s as though the wine’s flavour run on converging rails. It’ll be a better drink in a year or more. CAMPBELL MATTINSON

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    441
  21. Bass River '1835'  Pinot Noir 2019
    Bass River '1835' Pinot Noir 2019

    Bass River is a pioneering winery and vineyard in South Gippsland. We craft wines that celebrate the region’s unique biodiversity.

    The vignerons, the Butera Family, focus on producing small quantities of premium wines using fruit grown only from their estate vineyard. With an emphasis on expressing terroir and sustainable viticultural principles, we create handcrafted and distinctive wines that speak of the Gippsland region. Our land is bordered by the Bass River and the southern end of the Strzelecki Ranges. BASSS RIVER

    Bright with a little hit of peppry spice and well handled oak that adds a sheen of exotic spice to the nose. It sits in that medium/light aspect with small red fruits to the fore and an earthy, spicy snap towards the end. Hand-picked, fermented with 80% whole berry/20% whole bunch with 20 days on skins, gravity fed to the underground cellar, matured for 11 months in French oak (20% new). PWS

    2019
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    396
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