Pinot Noir Mix x12

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  • Pinot Noir is the ultimate wine for a rich porcini mushroom risotto
  • Give it a go with these delicious wines from world renowned
  • Includes wines from Central Otago and the Great Southern in WA

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Silkwood Estate The Leaf Pinot Noir 2015 Rich and juicy dark berries and plums, with an elegant oak spice and fine tannins providing a balanced structure.

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Cormack & Co Margaret River Pinot Noir 2016 Award-winning Cormack & Co have crafted a beautiful medium bodied Pinot Noir with juicy dark berry and cherry fruits, gentle tannins and an elegant finish. It's a red to indulge in and will hold its own at any dinner party or special occasion.

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Ribbon Hills Straight Line Central Otago Pinot Noir 2016 Ribbon Hills wines encapsulate the beauty of CentraL Otago, New Zealand, and their premium Straight Line range offers a unique balance of fruit weight and subtlety for which our region is renowned. This Pinot Noir full of fresh red berry fruit expresses balance and poise from beginning to finish.

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Byron & Harold Wheelabout Karri Country Pinot Noir 2017 This Pinot Noir from Western Australia has all the juicy red fruit flavours you love with fine tannin structure and a long finish. Perfect with Hainese chicken and rice.

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