Pump up the Pinot Mixed Six Pack

Pump up the Pinot Mixed Six Pack Pump up the Pinot Mixed Six Pack

Pump up the Pinot Mixed Six Pack

RRP: $181.98 per case45% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)

$16.50 per bottle
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RRP: $181.98 per case45% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)

$16.50 per bottle
Cases
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Oh Pinot Noir you seductive beast! We can't get enough Pinot in our lives really, and so this case at least helps with 6 more great wines to fill our empty wine racks.

What's good here? All of it, naturally! Seriously though, we're crossing all over the world in a bid to get great wines. Any lover of Pinot Noir would be mad to miss this!

2017 Heirloom The Velvet Fog Pinot Noir
Velvet Fog is a great name for this Pinot, with its flow of ripe red fruit so moreish and easy. It all comes from Heirloom Vineyards, Elena & Zar Brooks label that makes some classic South Australian wines. Here, we're in light, attractive and well made Pinot Noir territory, with a pretty Pinot of body and elegance.

2018 Brunton Road Pinot Noir
93 points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
It’s sweetly fruited and seductively complex on the nose showing spiced cherry, ripe strawberry, floral and earthy mushroom characters, leading to a beautifully supple palate that’s juicy and delightfully flowing. It’s elegant and smooth with a lengthy savoury finish."

2019 Hare and Tortoise Pinot Noir
The Hare & Tortoise wines are known for being such approachable drinks, with plump fruit and easy flavours the name of the day. Here, it means bright red fruit and easy Pinot flavour, an exuberant, fruit-forward wine of instant appeal.

2018 Wildside Pinot Noir

91 Points - Angus Hughson
The Wildside Tasmanian Pinot Noir is made from fruit drawn from across the apple isle. While many Tassie Pinots can be understated and take a little time to come out of their shell, this example is bright, fresh and juicy from the first sip. It has strong Pinot characters with complex rhubarb and dark cherry fruits topped with earth and spice. The wine is then quite generous and fleshy, with a mushroomy edge plus a long supple finish. Good value for Tasmania and also has the weight to stand up to tuna steaks.

2017 Tomich Regional Selection Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir
The Adelaide Hills are known for some of the most robust Pinot Noir in the land, and the challenge can sometimes be delivering fragrance and freshness. But this Pinot Noir cleverly balances it all out thanks to the use of sparkling wine clones to give extra freshness. 

2019 Norfolk Rise Pinot Noir
Sabine Duval, Wine Panel
"Light red cherry fruit with a little mushroom, the palate is fragrant and pinoty. Very easy to drink."

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