Pinot Noir is best known for the light- to medium-bodied reds of regions such as Burgundy and Central Otago (and, in Australia, Tasmania and Adelaide Hills). It also forms part of the classic Champagne blend and is a key contributor to many of the best sparklings. Pinot makes excellent rosés too, with the variety’s delicate charms perfectly suiting this lighter style.
Elegant in style with lifted aromas of cherry and plum. The palate is complex with subtle oak influences that provide structure, while velvety tannins add balance.
Item Code: ITM3607
"An excellent value Pinot with good honest fruit, a deep level of texture and a bit of grace." Wine Society Tasting Panel Chair Ian McKenzie
Item Code: ITM4769
This Chilean Pinot Noir is characterised by upfront red fruits, delicate floral notes and a soft toasted note due to six months ageing in old oak barrels. Its concentration, medium body and vibrant acidity lead to great drinkability.
Item Code: ITM4914
“This is a fine and elegant style of Pinot Noir. Perhaps a little lighter in colour than some Pinots, this wine nevertheless has lovely aromatics and a perfume reminiscent of strawberries along with a savoury note. This savoury note carries through onto the medium-bodied palate, complementing the attractive sweet fruit. A refined style with a beautifully framed structure and excellent length of flavour. Most enjoyable in all respects.” Tasting Panellist Ian McKenzie
Item Code: ITM3027
Juicy, generous and savoury with flavours of cheery, spice, chocolate and smoky oak. Excellent textural mouth-feel with good weight and bright acidity.
Item Code: ITM5810