Pinot Noir 2019

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The aroma of this wine is intensely captivating, characterized by vibrant red fruits such as cherry and plum. Subtle hints of new French oak add depth and complexity to the bouquet, while a gentle suggestion of licorice adds an intriguing touch.


This Pinot Noir presents itself as a medium to full-bodied wine with a refined tannin structure that harmoniously blends with the new oak influence. It delivers a generous finish and impressive persistence on the palate. With its well-structured composition, this wine has the potential to age gracefully for five to eight years, allowing its flavors and complexities to evolve over time.


13.8% VOL


7+ years

Wine specs


The South Australia Pinot Noir 2019 offers intense aromas of red fruits, prominently cherry and plum. There are subtle undertones of new French oak that contribute to the wine’s complexity, along with a hint of licorice adding a touch of intrigue. On the palate, this medium to full-bodied Pinot Noir showcases a fine tannin structure that is beautifully integrated with the new oak. The wine finishes with generosity and persistence, leaving a lasting impression. With its well-balanced characteristics, this Pinot Noir has the potential to age gracefully for five to eight years, allowing further development of its flavors and nuances.

Wine specs

Food pairing notes

Originally hailing from Burgundy, Pinot Noir offers delicate cherry and raspberry flavors, accompanied by hints of clove, truffle, and mushroom. Its lighter-bodied nature makes it incredibly versatile when it comes to food pairings. Pinot Noir pairs wonderfully with poultry dishes, such as chicken and duck, as well as with pork. It also complements cheese and charcuterie boards, providing a delightful combination of flavors. When it comes to seafood, Pinot Noir harmonizes beautifully with scallops, lobster, shrimp, tuna, trout, and salmon. Additionally, its versatility extends to various barbecue foods, making it a great choice for grilled delights.