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Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2016
"94 Points. It isn’t the flagship pinot from Ata Rangi but boy is this a powerful wine. Impressive to say the least. This is muscular and dense, in a varietal context, with satsuma plum, steel, black cherry and campfire notes bleeding gradually into sweet spice and stem. It’s as intricate as it is integrated. It’s primed with tannin, all spicy and ripe, and it still manages to fan ample flavour out through the finish. It’s all quite remarkable, really. Tasted: Jul17 Alcohol: 13.5% Price: $38 Closure: Screwcap Drink: 2018 - 2024+"- Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front. 
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$32.00
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Carrick, Pinot Noir (Central Otago, NZ) 2014
5 Stars & 95/100 Bob Campbell MW, Gourmet Traveller, June 2017 (2014 Vintage)"​This is the style of Carrick I remember from old and is certainly their best pinot noir I’ve tasted in a while. Lush, ripe wine with plum and spice flavours and a seductively silken texture. Delicious now."
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$52.00
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Curly Flat Pinot Noir 2015

A medium bodied, crimson Pinot with a bouquet of violets, black cherries and wild raspberry swirl as scents of undergrowth and pot pourri enhance complexity to form a rich, fragrant and savoury nose. A luscious energetic palate that is awash with fine tannin. Kirsch characters intersect with cocoa, black pepper all to be assuaged by swirls of vanillin spice that flourishes to a long lingering finish.

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$56.00
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Dexter Pinot Noir 2016

"Ever stylish, perfumed Pinot Noir from the Tracy Island vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula. Raspberry and squishy strawberries, subtle spice and earthiness, a perfume of rose and basil. Medium bodied, silky and fine, kind of succulent, but with a gentle drag of fine grained tannin giving structure and pushing out the length. Red drapes on a fine firm frame. Finish has a subtle herbal infusion, in with the pretty red fruits. Just lovely, as ever."

Rated: 94 Points Tasted: Oct 17 Gary Walsh, The Wine Front. 

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$48.00
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Domaine de la Vougeraie Corton Grand Cru 'Le Clos du Roi'  2014 MAGNUM
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, November 2017

"Tasted blind at the Burgfest 2014 tasting, the 2014 Corton Clos du Roi Grand Cru from Vougeraie clearly has some stem addition on the nose but it works well: the fruit seems ripe and it does not obscure the terroir. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, sour cherry and strawberry with a fine line of acidity threaded through from start to finish, lending focus and harmony. Still a baby, give this 2-3 more years before broaching."

Tasted September 2017. - Neal Martin

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$750.00
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Kooyong, Pinot Noir 2014
2014 Vintage: 95 Points - Campbell Mattinson, Australian Wine Companion"Wild with aroma and flavour. Spice, stalk, garden herbs and then dark, juicy plum and black cherry. Call me anything but don't call me simple. Smoky oak slips suggestively under the covers of the fruit. Tremendous drinking from a range of angles."
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$48.00
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Le Fou Pinot Noir 2015

A unique wine from the sun drenched vineyards of Southern France - displaying intense, sweet berry fruit with a savoury twist, combining with soft tannins to deliver a luscious, textural Pinot Noir with powerful full fruit finish.

Le Fou is French for 'The Madman' - appropriately names as it has long been thought only a madman would try to produce the perfect Pinot Noir in the Languedoc. Perfection achieved. Myth dispelled!

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$18.40
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