7 Days Pinot Mix x12

  • Pinot Noir lovers rejoice!
  • Ultra premium wines from Australia and NZ's finest regions
  • Tasmania, Adelaide Hills, Central Otago and Marlborough

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Ribbon Hills Straight Line Marlborough Pinot Noir 2015 Ribbon Hills wines encapsulate the beauty that is Marlborough, New Zealand. This premium Straight Line range offers a unique balance of fruit weight and subtlety for which Marlborough is renowned. Expressing balance and poise from beginning to finish this Pinot Noir is medium-bodied with flavours of spice, cherries and plums.

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Riversdale Estate Centaurus Reserve Tasmania Pinot Noir 2014 From one of the Australia's greatest Pinot regions, the Centaurus Reserve unreservedly shows cranberry and strawberry on the nose and palate with smooth spice that, while sublime by itself, really does reward being paired with braised duck breast.
Heirloom The Velvet Fog Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2015 Winemaker Elena Brooks has been nominated 'Young Gun Winemaker of the Year' and already has a trophy cabinet brimming with trophies. Her Pinot Noir is medium bodied and textured.
Anthem Ascend Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014 Anthem is a superb Central Otago label that's become one of our most-requested by customers. This Ascend Pinot Noir is a full-bodied weighty wine that trips across your palate with tons of style.

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