Current Category Australian Red Wines > Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir can be used by winemakers to produce soft,supple,medium-bodied reds of great style, or acidic white wine stocks for sparkling wines.The best wines will have a light to medium body,almost a translucent ruby red, and show subtle aromas and flavours of cherry, raspberry and strawberry unfolding to leather,cedar and earthy characters.You will know a good pinot noir when you get it into a large open glass: it will seduce with red fruit flavours, and tantalise with forest floor aromas. Be critical of wines that have too obvious oak tannin or stalky,stemmy green characters.It is most important that you can taste the velvety fruit right through the palate. The best regions for pinot noir in Australia to date are in South Australia - Mount Lofty Ranges,Adelaide Hills,Barossa Valley,Eden Valley,Victoria - Port Philip, Geelong,Mornington Peninsula,Yarra Valley,Macedon Ranges,New South Wales - Southern NSW,Hunter Valley,Hunter,Canberra District,Tasmana - North and South Regions,Western Australia - South West Australian Region and Pemberton.




Underground Black & White Pinot Noir 2010 Mornington Peninsula Region Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Underground Coloured Rnage Thug Pinot Noir 2010 Mornington Peninsula Region Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Wantirna Estate Lily Pinot Noir 2003 Yarra Valley Region Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Wild Dog Pinot Noir 2001 Gippsland Region Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Wild River Pinot Noir 2001 Yarra Valley Region Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Will Talyor Pinot Noir 2001 Yarra Valley and Geelong Regions Victoria 750ml x 12 :
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Pinot Noir 2010 Adelaide Hills Region South Australia 750ml x 6 :
Wyndham Bin 333 Pinot Noir Lower Hunter Valley Region New South Wales 750ml x 12 :
Yalumba Regional Pinot Noir 2001 Adelaide Hills Region South Australia 750ml x 6 :
Yarra Burn Bastard Hill Pinot Noir Yarra Valley Region Victoria 750ml x 6 :
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