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Dorrien Estate Bin 1a Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2013
  • Gold at 2015 International Wine Challenge
  • One of the finest examples of this style
  • Hints of savoury, smoky cherry and leather

Dorrien Estate Bin 1a Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2013 x6

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1 Gold
1 Silver
3 Bronze
Victoria's Yarra Valley is renowned as one of Australia's best regions for Pinot Noir. This 2013 release from Dorrien Estate is a shining example of this style. It has bright fruits backed by hints of spice and earthy, savoury notes. A fine wine that will reward careful cellaring for up to 20 years.

Awards

1 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze

Wine Region

YARRA VALLEY

Drink Until

2024

Varieties

Pinot Noir

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Try with mushroom risotto and Parmesan cheese.

Oak

Matured in a mix of new, 1 year old & 2 year old French oak barrels.

Colour

Bright red with ruby hue.

Nose

Vibrant bouquet of violets and rose petals with hints of cherry and raspberry.

Palate

Bright red fruits initially with rounded earthy complexity. Fine grainy tannins and vanillin oak with nutmeg and cinnamon spice.

Background

The Dorrien Bin 1A range represents the pinnacle of wine made at the estate from premium regions outside our home base. The fruit for this Pinot Noir was sourced from the Victorian wine region of Yarra Valley

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