2019 Norfolk Rise Pinot Grigio

2019 Norfolk Rise Pinot Grigio

Sarah Linhart

"Fresh and vibrant with plenty of flavour. A real bargain."

Sarah Linhart

Johan Axlund

"Deliciously fresh."

Johan Axlund

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Sarah Linhart

"Fresh and vibrant with plenty of flavour. A real bargain."

Sarah Linhart

Johan Axlund

"Deliciously fresh."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $18.00 per bottle33% OFF

$11.99

(buy 6 or more)

$12.99 per single bottle
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No matter how much Pinot Grigio we try, there's just one wine we keep coming back too - this Norfolk Rise Vineyard Pinot Grigio.

Previous vintages have taken out some of the biggest trophies in the land - it really is a giant killing white wine. The reason why this keeps the Collective Preferred badge is because it's utterly delicious. Think ultra fresh pear and citrus flavours with a beautiful crisp finish.

Tech stuff

Pinot Grigio
Norfolk Rise Vineyard
Limestone Coast
2019
750ml
12.5%
Cellar to 2023
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Lifted vibrant nose of ripe apple and floral notes. the palate is fresh, lovely and crisp with typical notes of ripe fruits such as pear and apple alongside honeyed floral notes and musk.

How was it made?

Situated in the heart of the cool climate Mount Benson region, the Norfolk Rise Vineyard is planted on 180 hectares of undulating coastal hills. Within 5 kilometres of the ocean at 37 degrees south of the equator, our Pinot Grigio is planted on near perfect “Terra Rossa” soils, providing an ideal level of nutrient and water retention.

The grapes were selectively harvested at our Estate Vineyards from late-February to early-March to achieve optimum ripeness for the "Grigio" style. The juice underwent a long, cool fermentation using a selection of aromatic yeast strains. To maximise the retention of fresh fruit flavours, this wine has been bottled under screw cap.

Who made it?

Norfolk Rise is the best-kept secret of South Australia, with the vineyard in Mount Benson only planted in 2000, and the first vintage off the estate bottled in 2002. From a most underrated region that offers a unique combination of free-draining limestone soil profiles and cool maritime breezes that produce wines of exceptional quality and complexity. If the region was perhaps less remote, you'd imagine it could be a superstar, and Norfolk Rise would be the headliner. Don't miss the Shiraz, Pinot Grigio and Cabernet Sauvignon here.