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Compare Pinots From Around The World
Oh Pinot Noir. You tricky beast. Often considered one of the most fickle varieties to grow successfully, but also regarded as one of the world's most elegant wines, it requires cool temperatures, constant humidity and a little bit of good luck. It's a challenging but rewarding grape, responsible for some of the most enchanting wines we’ve ever tasted.
But what's the difference around the world? Great question!
To get a good handle on the style, we’ve put together a box of 4 of our favourites from around the world, including a classic Mornington Peninsula Pinot, as reference for where Australia sits in the hierarchy
So what's in the box?
1) 2017 Avani ‘Amrit’ - Mornington Peninsula: The fruit is very much to the fore here, with bright red berries and beautiful floral notes.
2) 2016 Charteris - Central Otago, New Zealand: A mix of fruit and savour here – rich and plummy.
3) 2016 Chateau de Vaux ‘Les Hauts Bassieres’ - Moselle, France: Edgy Pinot Noir with a hint of oak flavours, that is true to its cool-climate roots.
4) 2015 Koehler-Ruprecht - Pfalz, Germany: Known locally as Spatburgunder, it's the second most planted grape in Germany. Traditional, dry, elegant. Long and savoury.
Only 20 Boxes Left
We've got 20 bottles of each of these beauties left. Well, less than 20 really after we've each take home a box ourselves. So get in quickly to secure your box.
Each box is $190 which includes free shipping.
We'll include more detailed tasting notes in every box.