Dorrien Estate Bin 6 Pinot Grigio 2015
  • Stylish South Australian Pinot Grigio
  • Crisp, elegant & textured
  • Great with spicy Thai curries

Dorrien Estate Bin 6 Pinot Grigio 2015 x12

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Dorrien Estate makes some of Australia's best wines, yet remains one of the country's best kept secrets. This well-balanced Pinot Grigio boasts pear and citrus notes, with a lovely soft texture and a fresh, crisp finish. Try it with spicy Asian cuisine - it'll bring the yum.

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A perfect partner to spicy Asian cuisine.




Pale straw yellow, green hues.


Aromas of pear skin, honey due melon, citrus with hints of musk and spiced apple.


Pear and citrus characters, balanced with good length and textual softness, fresh crisp finish.


Dorrien Estate was originally established in the 1950's as the winery for Woodley Queen Adelaide - one of Australia's most successful wine brands. It is situated on the corner of Siegersdorf Road and Barossa Valley Way, halfway between Nuriootpa and Tanunda in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Today it is a large, state of the art winery with modern crushing, fermentation and oak maturation facilities, producing a wide variety of wines but only a small, premium quality range under the 'Dorrien Estate' brand. These are centered around a number of products; the drink now 'Premium Selection" range, the value for money 'Bin' products - as well as the super premium 'Growers' range and the 'Iconic' Bin 1 wines.

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