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  1. Tertini Pinot Noir 2016

    "Open ferment with 8% whole bunch, and 10 months in French barriques and hogsheads, 40% new. Looks quite pale in the glass (even for pinot) but it's on the front foot when you put your nose in the glass with positive sour cherry and gamey varietal aromas. Less emphatic on the palate, but the light red-fruited flavours have an attractive, gently mouthfilling quality." James Halliday.

    $31.99 per bottle

    $364.69 per case of 12 bottles ($30.39 per bottle )

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  2. Lowburn Ferry Home Block Pinot Noir 2016

    Winner of JF Hillebrand Trophy and Gold Medal for Best Pinot Noir of Show at Sydney International Wine Competition. Deep purple with purple hues. This wine has fragrant violet, spice, smoky oak char, red cherry and a hint of dried herb on the nose. The palate is sweet concentrated black cherry and plum. There is plenty of spice coming through the mid palate along with leather and a hint of tobacco. Complex with ample silky fine tannins. The finish is very long with a sweet red berry flourish.

    $48.99 per bottle

    $558.49 per case of 12 bottles ($46.54 per bottle )

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  3. Stargazer Pinot Noir 2017

    "Winemaker Sam Connew’s second vintage of pinot noir from the Palisander Vineyard in Coal River Valley. Natural ferment with 25% whole bunch in the mix, and a variety of clones, all sent to barrels (mostly old). It’s grew and grew and grew on me. Take your time here. Let the wine reveal itself. It’s a wine that initially shows very shy, almost simple, but as the wine gets into gear there’s way more at play. The perfume is decidedly spicy, pepper, clove, anise, sour cherry, tart plum. Beautiful. The palate rolls together similar flavours with a light smoky edge, but what I like best is the tannin profile, silty, firm, exceptionally long, pulling the wine tight and finishing with light sappy-chewy tugs. Texture is a forte. It’s a serious feeling wine done very well."94 Points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front.

    $53.99 per bottle

    $615.49 per case of 12 bottles ($51.29 per bottle )

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  4. Felton Road Bannockburn Pinot Noir 2018

    Winery Notes: The immediate potpourri of flowers on the nose is gracefully entwined with subtle minerality. The palate begins precise and playful, showing sandalwood and fine spice notes. A surprising breadth that the tight focus doesn't immediately reveal. Balanced and complete: possessing lovely charm, harmony and a persistent finale. Irresistible in its youth but further complexities will no doubt emerge.

    $66.71 per bottle

    $760.53 per case of 12 bottles ($63.38 per bottle )

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  5. Clyde Park Pinot Noir 2018

    Pinot Noir from Geelong, a Victorian wine region strongly influenced by its proximity to Port Philip Bay and the Bass Strait, which brings in cooling breezes throughout the year creating a cool maritime climate with a long growing season allowing the grapes to enjoy a longer ripening period.

    $35.99 per bottle

    $410.29 per case of 12 bottles ($34.19 per bottle )

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  6. Rouleur Pinot Noir 2018

    Winemaker's notes. "In V#18 we had a brief hiatus from making Yarra Valley Pinot Noir. When a kindly grower in Merricks, on the Mornington Peninsula offered us a parcel of high quality fruit to play with, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to make Pinot Noir from another fine region. The aromatics are pretty and lifted, there’s strawberry, a hint of black cherry, undergrowth and bramble-like spice to follow. The wine has bright acidity and plenty of fleshy red fruits anchored by fine savoury tannins."

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  7. Tapanappa Definitus Pinot Noir 2017

    Winemakers notes. The 2017 Definitus is of moderate colour intensity and crimson hue. The aromas and flavours are delicate and ethereal with violet ad roses floral, ripe strawberries and dark fruits and an earthy terroir nuance.The palate structure sets Definitus apart. The texture is silky and creamy but the finishing tannins are firm and sandy. Definitus is a pure expression of a unique terroir and will benefit from a decade or longer of bottle age.

    $83.99 per bottle

    $957.49 per case of 12 bottles ($79.79 per bottle )

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  8. Domaine Trapet Chapelle 1441 Pinot Noir 2015

    Andrée Trapet, wife of the well-known winegrower of Burgundy Jean-Louis Trapet, runs the Domaine Trapet family winery in Alsace.

    $71.99 per bottle

    $820.69 per case of 12 bottles ($68.39 per bottle )

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  9. By Farr Rp Cote Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

    Winemakers notes. A bouquet of absolute intrigue and under growth. The elegant, yet savoury power that we are growing to love from the Cote vineyard wines is showing once again for both the Chardonnay and the RP Pinot Noir. The palate is lengthy and layered, it’s a Pinot that keeps giving with every minute in the glass.

    $111.99 per bottle

    $1,276.69 per case of 12 bottles ($106.39 per bottle )

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  10. Ben Haines Pinot Noir 2018

    95 Points, Jane Faulkner, Wine Annual.

    $29.99 per bottle

    $341.89 per case of 12 bottles ($28.49 per bottle )

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