2018 Lino Ramble Red Rover Pinot Noir

2018 Lino Ramble Red Rover Pinot Noir

Johan Axlund

"So spicy! Really complex and peppery Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir that has great structure and really pure fruit with good tannins."

Johan Axlund

Lloyd Heinrich

"Cedar rapids eat your heart out - have this around a spring campfire"

Lloyd Heinrich

RRP: $36.99 per bottle
54% OFF
$17.99 per single bottle
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Johan Axlund

"So spicy! Really complex and peppery Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir that has great structure and really pure fruit with good tannins."

Johan Axlund

Lloyd Heinrich

"Cedar rapids eat your heart out - have this around a spring campfire"

Lloyd Heinrich

RRP: $36.99 per bottle
54% OFF
$17.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $4.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Here's the inside scoop on one of the Pinot bargains of 2019: 

Andy Coppard & Angela Townsend of super-cool McLaren Vale winery Lino Ramble have announced that this 2018 Red Rover Adelaide Hill Pinot Noir the final release, as they can no longer get access to the grapes anymore.

Rather than let it slip slowly into the night, we've bought all we could get our hands on. 

This Red Rover is a special wine too. Made from the Woodshill Vineyard in Piccadilly, there were just 115 dozen produced. Using handpicked fruit and 50% whole bunches, it spent 45 days on skins, with no acid additions and no fining.

It is a super fine Pinot, from a small maker delivering some of the coolest wines in the land AND the last ever cases, without even mentioning the crazy price...

Expert Reviews

92 Points - Lesley JamesonNose of berries and autumn leaves with hints of mushroom - delightful!
92 Points - Lloyd HeinrichCedar rapids eat your heart out - have this around a spring campfire

Tech stuff

12.4
Adelaide Hills
2018
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2025
750ml

How's it taste?

Medium bodied, red fruits, forest floor, dried thyme and well steeped black tea. Pinot personality 1010. Fine, layered tannin structure with subtle acid backbone. Firm, dry finish.

How was it made?

Fruit is sourced from Woodshill Vineyard, Piccadilly. Hand picked, the blend including 50% whole bunches, wild ferment and spends 45 days on skins. No added acid, no fining, 9 months in old oak.

Who made it?

'Lino Ramble :a name put together to represent texture (Lino), and adventure (Ramble) is just the two of us - Andy Coppard and Angela Townsend'. Using fruit from select spots throughout South Australia, but largely focused on McLaren Vale, Lino Ramble has made a name with thoughtfully made, handmade wines. Their ethos is great too: 'The overarching idea behind our range of wines is using grape varieties we find intriguing, interesting and drinkable. We make wines stylistically to complement the food we like to eat'.

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Johan Axlund

Head Wine Buyer

A really great wine deal must must be accompanied by great value. There is nothing better than getting an incredible bottle of wine for a fraction of what similar quality wines sell for. My recommendations gives you the very best "Value for money" wines at different pricepoints.

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