2018 Cooinda Vale Pinot Noir
Anna Pooley says: Ripe red fruit, vanilla and rhubarb, with light fennel notes lingering. The palate has added complexities of orange peel and violet notes. Overall, combining into a long, soft and textural mouth feel.
RRP $65 | 2033 | Pooley Wines
2012 Clover Hill Blanc de Blancs
Robert Heywood says: Aromas of fresh melon underpinned by toasty notes and sweet cinnamon. The palate is bold and rich, with flavours of fresh citric fruit, with a soft minerality that lingers.
RRP $65 | 2019 | Clover Hill
2017 Freycinet Pinot Noir
Claudio Radenti says: The bouquet reveals an intriguing amalgam of black cherry and plum fruits, with subtle forest floor perfume. The velvety smooth and even palate is rich in spicy, ripe berry and plum flavours, with savoury French oak and fine tannins.
RRP $70 | 2032 | Freycinet Vineyard
2018 Pipers Brook Pinot Noir
Luke Whittle says: Showcasing a vibrant ruby red colour, and aromas of intense mixed berry compote, with fragrant spice and floral notes. The palate reveals red and black fruit purity, supported by fine tannins and structure, providing a wonderfully textured and long finish.
RRP $50 | 2028 | Pipers Brook
2017 Holm Oak The Wizard Pinot Noir
Bec Duffy says: This is a beautiful, more structured style of pinot noir. The complex and fragrant nose shows dark cherry and plum fruit characters, with some attractive spice and earthy characters. The palate is firm and savoury, as a result of the whole-bunch fermentation and new oak, but has lovely dark fruit characters which will continue to open up over time.
RRP $65 | 2030 | Holm Oak
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This article was produced in partnership with Holm Oak, Pipers Brook, Freycinet Vineyards, Clover Hill, and Pooley Wines.