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Pinot Perfection

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Wine: McPherson Wines, Jo Nash, Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2018
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Goulburn Valley, VIC
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Wine: K1, Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2019
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Adelaide Hills, SA
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Wine: Nocton Vineyards, Nocton Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2018
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Coal Valley, TAS
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Wine: Ropiteau Frères, Boisett Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2017
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Cote de Nuits, FR
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Wine: McPherson Wines, La Vue Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2018
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Goulburn Valley, VIC
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Wine: Yering Station, Little Yering, Pinot Noir
Vintage: 2019
Variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Yarra Valley
Awards: 90 Points

2018 McPherson Wines, Jo Nash, Pinot Noir

From the Goulburn Valley region, this medium bodied Pinot has lovely elegance and poise. It is not a typical lighter style Pinot; it has texture, plenty of flavour and lovely length. The nose carries perfumed characters of raspberries, strawberries with a hint of black cherry. The romantic French oak balances into the mix perfectly, providing structure and depth to the wine. A delicious wine to drink now which will continue to evolve beautifully over time.

FOOD PAIRING

Great with duck a l’orange and currant jelly.


2019 K1, Pinot Noir

From the Adelaide Hills region, the K1 Pinot Noir exhibits complex aromas of cherries and strawberries with a smidge of spice. The palate is smooth and very drinkable with lashings of red berry flavours and elegant fine tannins on the drying finish

FOOD PAIRING

Try this wine with a wild duck dish or enjoy a glass or two with family and friends.


2018 Nocton Vineyards, Nocton Pinot Noir

From the Coal Valley region, the wine gives off a very vibrant Ruby colour, consisting of ripe red cherries and plum notes with lifted spice. The intense fruit characters of cherry, plum and ripe red berries, lingering savoury and spice characters, with ripe fine tannins giving this wine a lovely length.

FOOD PAIRING

Superb with local game – quail, rabbit and venison. This Pinot Noir works well with spice and Asian style foods and is perfect with the Sunday lamb roast.


2017 Ropiteau Freres, Boisett, Pinot Noir

From the Cote de Nuits in France, this wine offers a deep red colour and ruby highlights very warm, with red fruits and peach, toast, vanilla and coconut. The taste is full-bodied with predominant flavours of cherry and blackcurrant, liquorice. 

FOOD PAIRING

This wine will be a perfect match charcuterie, grilled meats, pizza, barbecues or cheeses.

 

2018 McPherson Wines, La Vue Pinot Noir

From the Goulburn Valley region, the aroma of this wine is enticing with intense plum, cherry and strawberry fruit with a hint of spicy oak. The fresh fruit momentum continues on the palate with vibrant plum and dark stone fruits finishing with some firm acid, beautiful tannins and integrated oak.

FOOD PAIRING

Great with duck and other game meats, medium intensity dishes like porcini mushroom risotto or soft cheese.


2019 Yering Station, Little Yering, Pinot Noir

From the Yarra Valley region, the wine colour is vibrant cherry red with intense red fruits carried by an ethereal perfume for the smell.  A classic Pinot style for taste– lovely cherry layered with delicious savoury spice. A silky concentration provides richness and length with a beautiful natural balance making this the ultimate Pinot Noir. 

FOOD PAIRING

Try with a rare grilled tuna steak or a porcini mushroom risotto.

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