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Pinot Noir 


2015 Abel's Tempest Pinot Noir    "An aromatic bouquet with cherry and plum fruits coupled with spicy nuances, the medium-bodied palate flavours following on directly from the bouquet; excellent persistence of the fruit, line, length and balance tick all the boxes. Tasmania is as Tasmania does" - James Halliday, 95 points      $27.95 per bottle

2015 Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir    "Everything a young vine Pinot Noir should be - fresher, lighter, more accessible... The fruit flavours of dark-red berry fruits are fresh, vibrant, ripe and bright, with nuances of fresh herbs. This has wonderful primary fruit lift and fragrance. On palate just so juicy and succulent, with plush and vibrant dark red cherry and berry fruits... The wine has linearity and seriousness at the core. But it is just delicious" - Raymond Chan, 18.5+ points out of 20; "New Zealand's best-value pinot noir, hands down... The really pure red cherry and boysenberry pinot fruits come complete with a subtle twist of spice and are evenly ripened and nicely caught. The palate has a gently rainy tannin texture and some bright and tart cherry fruits. Nice and juicy, super bright, upbeat and fresh" - Nick Stock, 93 points      $32.95 per bottle

2008 Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir    "The most delightful Crimson to date. It is beautifully perfumed on both the bouquet and palate" - Tyson Stelzer, 93 points; "You need all of the Pinot knowledge in the world to understand just how special Crimson is" - Matthew Jukes, The Top 50 New World Pinot Noirs; "The value here is quite astonishing. Possibly the best introduction one could possibly have to NZ pinot... this seriously punches above its weight" - Jamie Drummond; "Oodles of charm... Deliciously drinkable and pleasantly affordable" - Bob Campbell, MW; "This wine is utterly charming with an underlying structure that has real weight and power" - Helen Masters; "Lovely to drink" - The Wine Front, 90 points      $36.95 per bottle

2015 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir  "Medium-full bodied, the palate features rich and succulently sweet flavours of dark-red cherry and berry fruits along with black fruits lifted by dark-red and violet florals and subtle notes of dark herbs. Suggestions of spice and oak emerge. The flavours are beautifully precise, detailed and harmoniously balanced, and the mouthfeel very supple and fine-textured with flowery tannin extraction. The acidity is integrated and provides vitality for the refined core and line. The wine flows seamlessly to a long and sustained, complete finish. This is a beautifully rich and multi layered and detailed Pinot Noir of precision and harmony, with succulently sweet fruit and refined structure, enabling accessibility, and showing completeness" - Raymond Chan, 19.5+ points out of 20   $79.95 per bottle

2014 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir  "Medium-full bodied, vibrantly succulent and lusciously sweet fruit flavours of dark red berry and cherry fruit are harmoniously melded with flavours of ripe dark plums and fragrant violet florals, dark herbs, spices and red liquorice. The flavours are seamlessly mouthfilling and supported by refined, flowery tannin extraction, and enlivened by poised acidity. This has drive, energy and fine linearity, and the wine carries to a very long and sustained, rich finish of spiced cherries and raspberry liqueur. This is a beautifully rich and succulent, elegantly balanced and refined Pinot Noir with seamless-flowing, ripe flavours of dark berry and cherry fruit with complexing floral and herbal detail" - Raymond Chan, 19.5 points out of 20; "Layers of silk and sap, mouth-perfume of roses and dried herbs, fine acidity and excellent length. Closes with a sappy/chicory bitterness that may polarise, but those who like a firm NZ tweak on the finish will take it with pinch of pleasure. Strong release from this great producer" - The Wine Front, 95 points  $84.95 per bottle

2013 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir  "Tension and vibrancy on the entry, with a compelling mid palate of fine layered tannins flowing through to a seamless, mineral quality on the finish. A masterpiece. Commanding and seductive pinot noir at its finest" - Nick Stock, 98/99 points; "Beautifully ripened dark red berry fruits and subtle, interwoven and harmonious complexing detail. Density, depth, brooding somewhat, with clear potential. Rich and plush on palate, with concentration. Layers of flavour built in, and unfolding slowly to reveal complex detail. Yet integrated and complete. Beautifully structured, and in total balance, and a fine acid and tannin line. Very long and succulent. Complete and immensely pleasing" - Raymond Chan, 19.5 points out of 20; "Exotic pot pourri - great scent. Immediately wonderful with stern, coiled textural feel chaperoned by stony tannins and driving long, energetically, and fluid, with crisp red fruit character and a dried herb/garrigue complexity. Finishes mouthwatering and with a lick of sweetness and spice. Pretty epic" - Mike Bennie, 95+ points; "One of the greatest of all New Zealand wines, this Martinborough red is powerfully built and concentrated, yet seductively fragrant and supple... Deep ruby, it has dense cherry, plum and spice flavours, woven with fresh acidity. A beautifully poised young wine, savoury and finely textured, it is crying out for more time" - Michael Cooper *****  $87.95 per bottle

2012 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir  "Succulent and concentrated, powerful but smooth as silk on the tongue. Great flesh and density, texturally superb, rich and smooth. Long aftertaste. It's not a delicate ethereal style, but generous and full of flavour and character. Very cellarworthy" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "This is a quintessential Ata Rangi pinot that we know and love, exhibiting sensuality with seductive power... It's supremely elegant yet intense and persistent. The wine shows seamless mouthfeel and texture, within a frame of fine/firm tannins" - Sam Klim, 96 points; "On the palate deliciously juicy, sweet and lush with a broad spectrum of flavours from raspberry fruits, confectionary, complexing herbs and florals. The richness gives way to fine-grained, dry tannins, which lend a firm, underlying line. The wine has accessibility, and the fine textures lead to a vibrant, lively, dry finish. This is an elegant, accessibly, open-fruited Pinot Noir" - Raymond Chan, 18.5 points out of 20  $88.95 per bottle

2011 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir    "Elegant and quite complex with tight, powerful cherry/berry fruit flavours and an underlying sappy, savoury mineral character that lifts the wine. A classic Ata Rangi Pinot from a good year" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 98 points; "In the warm 2011 vintage, Ata Rangi shone... The definition of black cherries, blackberries and violets is exemplary, framed in a tightly-honed and well-defined structure, with a coiled spring of tannin tension and refined mineral definition. Notes of liquorice and coal make this an intense Ata Rangi, though lacking nothing in poise and magnificence" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Delicious palate flavour, and very good weight and structure. A very serious pinot that needs plenty of time to show its best. A highlight is its perfect ripeness, which gives great flavour." - Huon Hooke- 96 points; "Medium-bodied and elegantly concentrated, refined tannin extraction forms the core on palate with tightly bound, dark cherry fruit and violet and dark red floral perfumes providing a gentle sweetness and lusciousness. Fresh, bright, lacy acidity lends vitality and the wine carries to a graceful, lingering finish. This is a beautiful, elegant and balance wine with finesse and grace. A classical Ata Rangi wine" - Raymond Chan, 19.0 points out of 20; "This wine is intensely fragrant... In the mouth the pinot quality of the wine is superb, soft yet fresh even crisp red grading to black cherry, perfect oak shaping but in no way dominating the wine, and great length of fruit and flavour. The fruit lightens back to red-dominant in the aftertaste, which is very burgundian... we must celebrate this as great new world pinot noir. Is this the best Ata Rangi pinot noir yet?" - Geoff Kelly, 18.5+ points out of 20   $89.95 per bottle

2010 Ata Rangi Pinot Noir  "One of Ata Rangi's best ever wines. It has a silken, mouth-filling texture, although the layering of fruit and sauvory flavours is nearly as appealing. I'm not sure how they can improve on this wine" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; "All class... The finish is reminiscent of the perfect gymnastic dismount. Brilliant" - Nick Stock, 96 points; "An elegantly proportioned wine that builds on the palate to show succulently sweet flavours... Silky, fine tannins provide a seamless texture and the wine exudes refinement, driven by an underlying concentration. The flavours flow to a Peacock's tail of flavours... a beautifully elegant and refined, but concentrated Pinot Noir that will evolve with layers of interest over the next 6-8 years. Outstanding for the vintage" - Raymond Chan, 19.0 points out of 20; "An appealing sweet juiciness and spiciness that's just so seductive... its persistence and length is what marks it out as a Pinot Noir of the highest quality" - The Wine Front, 95 points  $94.95 per bottle

2013 Balnarring Vineyard Pinot Noir    Kathleen Quealy's single vineyard pinot from the wonderful 2013 Mornington Peninsula vintage is a captivating example of the variety. A truly delicious pinot, with wonderful red fruit aromas that lead into a silky, feminine palate of great finesse. Gorgeous with duck; "A complex bouquet ranges through plum, cherry, spice and briar aromas; these characters likewise drive the long, gently savoury palate, the balance very good" - James Halliday, 94 points    $29.95 per bottle  

2016 Bannockburn 1314 A.D. Pinot Noir    This the most interesting and complex pinot I've tasted for under $30. Dark cherry fruit, spice and sap combine to make-up a lip smacking pinot that is moreish and easy to drink; "You would be hard pressed to find a better value for money Pinot, the 1314 release is made in similar style to the Estate wine with definitive whole bunch character (20%), lip smakingly expressive fruit and oak treatment that you rarely find on a wine sub $30... The 1314 is still a well kept secret, it's worth hunting some down" - Winereviewer.com.au, 94 points; "Stylistically, this taps into the very best of the Bannockburn styles, with still the same sappy, ripe and very Pinoty nose. This is Geelong Pinot mate, and it smells unlike Burgundy (terroir at work). Importantly, this has a length of sappy, almost stewed (but not in an overripe sense) fruit, and some late bitterness for backbone. The stems are there, but so is that fruit too, in a not-delicate-but-delicious style. I've tasted a bit of Burgundy recently, and know that if you slipped this into a blind lineup of village level wines, it would smash many... Substantial wine for the dollars. Would I buy it? Yes" - Australian Wine Review, 93 points    $27.95 per bottle  

2005 Bannockburn Pinot Noir    "A delicious pinot" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 94 points *****; "Lovely length. Lovely fragrance... This will be beautiful in seven to ten years" - The Wine Front, 94 point; James Halliday - 94 points    $58.95 per bottle  

2015 Bass Phillip Estate Pinot Noir     "Long, gentle and fine-grained, this deeply floral young pinot has a brightly perfume of red cherries, blood plums, redcurrants, musky spices and fiery, earthy undertones. It's pristine and evenly paced, with a fleshy, sweet fruited and almost fatty palate" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Medium bodied at most, sappy and animated, redcurrant and pomegranate, fine burr of kitten's tongue tannin, pleasing sense of delicacy, and pretty fine length. Delicious" - Gary Walsh, 94+ points  $78.50 per bottle

2014 Bass Phillip Estate Pinot Noir     "The finest release yet under this label is beautifully fragrant, deeply flavoured and complex, with just a hint of meaty development... It's medium to full-bodied, unfolding gentle but unctuous layers of red cherries, plums and drying, kernelly tannins extending with length and completeness towards a lingering finish of refreshing acidity. Very true to the Bass Phillip style and character" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "Lovely wine, rich and concentrated, deep and fleshy, with marvellously detailed flavour and profound depths as well as balance. Enormous persistence. A wine of beauty and harmony, elegance and refinement. A stand-out wine" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Ripe fruited, tight, power of flavour and great density of fruit, yet an almost ethereal float across the palate too. It does it all. A wine that sits in the the mouth and levitates then asks you back to the glass. What a wine!" - Mike Bennie, 95 points; "It's all drive and dare, power and glory, the combination of satiny texture and minerally, smoky savouriness an exercise in pure seduction" - James Halliday, 94 points  $89.95 per bottle

2015 Bass Phillip Premium Pinot Noir    "It's full-bodied and dense, high-extract, loaded with tannin and lush in spicy flavour. The fruit is lavish as are the tannins. A wholly impressive pinot, which will surely soar in a high trajectory over the next few years. The density, concentration and fleshy extract are mightily impressive, as is the prodigious length" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "A true Australian grand cru pinot, seamlessly weaving red berry and cherry fruit through floral, spicy, foresty complexities and perfectly applied oak. Soft, finely structured, silky, poised and lingering in the mouth. Superb" - Ralph Kyte-Powell, 97 points; "So sure-footed and confident, it almost has a swagger. Cherry, sweet cinnamon and cedar oak, dried flowers, a little earthy bass. Medium bodied, silky and precise, with delectable savoury and fruit sweet switching, layered and complex already, laced up tight with ultra-fine pixel tannin, and long smashed strawberry and spice finish. A delight. Really needs a few years" - Gary Walsh, 96 points; "Long and stylish, with a spicy, gamey fragrance of red cherries, redcurrants, minerals and cola backed by nuances of dried herbs and cedary oak, this medium to full-bodied pinot is laced with scents of red flowers and stony, earthy undertones. It's supple and sappy but piercingly intense, with penetrative flavours of small red berries and cherries supported by a firmish spine of fine, powdery tannins, finishing with lively acids and a hint of mineral" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points    $208.00 per bottle

2014 Bass Phillip Premium Pinot Noir    "Pinot noir with flavour and attitude and a scaffold of tannin is one thing, and this wine has all those things. But pinot noir with a ricochet of flavour through the finish, a sense of spread and run, an impression that the burst/explosion turned out to be greater than the package of the palate had predicted; this is far rarer territory, and it is the domain of this wine" - James Halliday, 98 points; "The palate is rich, full and expansive. The flavour, texture and weight of the wine are superb... a tip-top pinot with a big future. Lush sweet fruit, tobacco, foresty notes, savoury; loads of fine-grained tannins. Long and lovely" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "Energetic, intense and deeply expressive... It's explosive and pristine, unfolding layers of pristine fruit that plays long and straight down its bony, mineral spine towards a lingering savoury finish and a youthfully bitey acidity. For the long term" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "Just juicy in the palate with fine, slender coils of tannin that twist then tighten through finish. Incredible structure and power, yet freshness and vibrancy. A wine to suck on and chew, then admire the cadence of fruit. Beautiful" - Mike Bennie, 96 points    $215.00 per bottle

2016 Bass Phillip Reserve Pinot Noir    "An extravagantly beautiful wine that floats across the senses making the Premium seem uncouth on the way past. Its perfume is no false dawn, its flavours drawn across the palate by silken threads that only come fully into play when you think about spitting the wine out, and refuse point blank to countenance that. Great pinot noir proves its ascendance over all other varietal wines by its peerless beauty of youth, of middle age, and of old age. I've sworn never to give a table wine 100 points, which this richly deserves" - James Halliday, 99 points; "It's the same in the mouth: very fine and subtle, intense and long, with terrific complexity: a really fine range of aromas. An elegant wine, this is a much lighter, finer, more ethereal, less-oaky and more Chambolle style of Bass Phillip Reserve, a major contrast to the whopping 2015. It's also more beautiful" - Huon Hooke, 97 points    $675.00 per bottle

2012 Bay of Fires Pinot Noir    "The 2012 Pinot Noir is an even better wine than the multiple trophy winning 2011 - Peter Dredge (winemaker); "There is no question about its varietal expression, and even less about the long-tern future of the wine; black cherry and Satsuma plum are woven through French oak, with firm, but ripe, tannins underwriting its future; will gain layers of complexity as it develops" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Cherry, Turkish delight, spice, meaty whole bunch funk, pepper. Medium bodied, spicy, meaty, plenty of ripe jubey fruit, silky feel yet firm through the mouth, pulling almost stalky and strict on the finish. Fine length. Complexity and interest. Likely to improve" - Gary Walsh, 94 points    $47.95 per bottle

2017 Bellvale Pinot Noir  "The flavours themselves have a lovely warmth theme. Warm spices, stewed berries, refreshing acidity and a burst of woodsy spice notes through the finish. It's complex but it's succulent and accessible. Truth is that it drinks like a charm. Value is self-evident" - The Wine Front, 92 points; "As the old saying goes, you can either have good Pinot or cheap Pinot. But never both. Except for this Bellvale wine... And this red is far too good for $25, it's initially quite fragrant, despite the obvious ripenss, with meat and almost plum fruit - there's a density that I always see in the Bellvale wines"- Australian Wine Review, 92 points; "The palate has abundant fruit-sweetness and mellow developed flavours. There's a lot of very ripe black cherry flavour too, and the wine has an exotic, almost cherry-liqueur aspect as a result. Good intensity. A succulent pinot" - Huon Hooke, 91 points   $22.95 per bottle

2011 Bindi Composition Pinot Noir  "Magic nose - already expressive... Very subtle tannins, sappy finish. Great" - Jancis Robinson, 17.0+ points   $49.95 per bottle

2010 Bindi Composition Pinot Noir    "Restrained and elegant... smooth, supple... it's juicy but also ethereal, spotlessly made and simply waiting its chance to flourish" - Jeremy Oliver's Top Picks Of 2011, 93 points; "Classic Bindi line, length and balance; a fragrant, scented bouquet, then red and black cherry fruit on the very long palate, the tannins superfine but reassuringly persistent" - James Halliday, 94 points; "I feel comfortable in saying this is an outstanding vintage for Bindi" - Michael Dhillon     $56.95 per bottle

2012 Bindi Original Vineyard Pinot Noir   "The fragrant, flowery cherry blossom aromas almost inevitably lead into a red cherry palate, its texture a silk brocade, satin underneath; the great length of its palate is built around its delicately etched spine of acidity, bringing notes of far-distant herbs and citrus rind into play" - James Halliday, 96 points     $84.95 per bottle

2011 Bindi Original Vineyard Pinot Noir    $76.95 per bottle

2010 Bindi Original Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Profound flavour and presence, great drive, and lovely persistence with plenty of potential"- Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Very shapely and deeply flavoured, with an alluring, spicy and musky fragrance... It's long and supple, with a lustrous... It builds steadily on the palate, finishing with a satisfying tension between power and balance" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Very pure, lifted aromatics... Palate is unctuous, luscious and cool with red cherry... Fine yet rippling with youthful drinkability" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 94 points     $84.95 per bottle

2003 Black Ridge Central Otago Pinot Noir    Gorgeous!     $39.95 per bottle

2010 Bress Gold Chook Macedon Pinot Noir    "Elegantly poised, silky structured, fragrantly lifted, gorgeously perfumed and hauntingly persistent. It unites rose petals, red cherries, wild strawberries, dried herbs and exotic spice into a seamlessly flowing stream which rolls over a tannin bed of silky yet firm and assured structure" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points     $44.95 per bottle

2012 Bress Silver Chook Yarra Valley Macedon Pinot Noir    Adam Marks is renowned for producing fragrant, elegant and silkily structured pinot noir. This wine is no exception and showcases the outstanding 2012 vintage in both the Yarra Valley and the Macedon ranges... smooth and supple, with a delicious palate of red and black cherry fruit; "The palate is focused, vibrant and fresh, with fine tannins and lively red fruits lingering on the supple finish" - James Halliday, 92 points     $24.95 per bottle

2015 By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir    "The palate is fruit-sweet and succulent, deliciously flavoured and lush, with softness and charm to burn. An utterly gorgeous wine. Long finish - real concentration. Balance and texture are its highlights" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Finesse to the max. Svelte, elegance, understated. Delicious, moreish fruit, spice and mineral flavours. Wonderful lingering flavours and aromas. Idiosyncratic in the best possible sense. This is an outstanding wine" - Mike Bennie, 95 points     $74.95 per bottle

2014 By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir    "The bouquet, while complex, is the calm before the storm of the palate, which strikes the second the wine enters the mouth, and doesn't abate until long after the wine has gone from the glass. Its great character is the fusion of plum/black cherry fruit with a savoury carpet of spices and sweet earth. Quite simply, a very great pinot" - James Halliday, 98 points     $78.95 per bottle

2013 By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir    "This is a beauty. Seduction plus. Certified yum. Swish oak, spiced cherry-plum, exquisite integration of various savoury nuances and length to burn. It's rich and generous but firm and complex. Its smoky, slinky, satiny mouthfeel is to die for. For sheer top-end drinkability; it's sensational" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "Significantly more powerful and intense than its Farr Rising sibling. This is the big dog of the trio, with everything needed for a 20-year future" - James Halliday, 96 points     $81.95 per bottle

2012 By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir    "Here rich satsuma plum sets the pace for the bouquet and sumptuously layered palate; its length is prodigious, its balance impeccable, its purity shining like a beacon" - James Halliday, 98 points; "Stunning release of pinot noir ... This is beautiful. It's something of a watermark. It's spicy and lengthy and silken and complex. It's all that you'd want and hope pinot noir to be; and it will age... It has many facets yet it's also seamless. I kept thinking: there's lots of ashen, spicy, stalky notes here and yet they're so intricately woven. In short, it's stellar. It will be one of the star wines of the year" - Campbell Mattinson, 96 points; "It's quite full-bodied and highly structured on the palate... This is just a baby and needs time to blossom and display its full worth. It expands on the finish and has very good length. Lots of potential" - Huon Hooke, 94 points     $89.95 per bottle

2015 By Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir    "The palate is profound, powerful and concentrated, with a fleshy softness that is delicious. A lovely wine with a big future. Great structure and power. Magnificent now but cellar a year or two for best results" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "Deeply coloured, depth and savoury complexity the cornerstones of great pinots. Spices from an Arabian bazaar intermingle sinuously with vibrant berry fruits, a skein of refreshing acidity adding another dimension to a wine that continuously draws saliva from the mouth. It is already a complete wine, its future measured in decades, not years" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Brilliant release from the Geelong stalwart... Evocative scents from the glass, takes you to butcher's shops and florists. Soft in the palate, spreads on sheets of fine tannin, mouthwatering acidity, spritely to finish. A quilt caught on the line in a southerly wind. Beautiful sweet-sour-savoury fruit flavours, pitch perfect spice and herbal nuance. Unreal feel here, so unique in its way. Savour it" - Mike Bennie, 95 points     $74.95 per bottle

2014 By Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir    "The bouquet exudes flowers (roses, violets), spices and a throbbing heartbeat of gently savoury dark fruits; the palate magically twists all these characters into a single silver-coated stream of red and blue fruits, the tannins no more than background haze, oak a slender frame. A gorgeous pinot of the highest category" - James Halliday, 97 points     $78.95 per bottle

2013 By Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir    "Another very different iteration of pinot, the multifaceted bouquet with both red and black fruits in play, the same perfumed vehicle as Farr Rising, the palate of remarkable elegance and finesse, with exactly the right balance between pure pinot fruit flavours and structure ex the whole bunches" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Twenty-ish year old vines. A healthy dose of whole bunches. Astute winemaking. One of the stars of Australian wine... fruit comes at you in waves: charcuterie, fistfuls of spice, sour cherries, earth and ash. It's quite a parade to step into. A river of nuance to be swept along by. I sat on this over the course of three days, more by accident than by intention, and it drank exquisitely throughout" - Campbell Mattinson, 96 points     $81.95 per bottle

2010 By Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir    "The palate's very dense and very long, great depth, beautiful freshness as it builds, pure red and dark cherry flavour, oak adds weight but serves rather than dominates. Experience shines through here once again" - Nick Stock, 97 points; "A dark and brooding wine... the palate is dense and dark, big boned and muscular, with ample fine-grained tannins and bright acidity giving life to the finish; needs time to fully integrate and reveal the truth within" - James Halliday, 94 points; "The palate shows its whole bunch card early; slippery, glossy acidity driving the fern-tinged purple fruit long through the palate. There is a prettiness here, not quite delicacy, but a lifted, spirited charge across palate that is at once chaotic and yet flavour bounces within confines of supple tannins. It's a wilder expression here, but very attractive. Journey along with the wine" - The Wine Front, 94 points     $89.95 per bottle

2002 Callanans Road Pinot Noir        The Age Epicure ****    $19.95 per bottle  

2001 Cannibal Creek Pinot Noir        Jeremy Oliver 92 points; James Halliday - 91 points    $29.95 per bottle

2017 Coldstream Hills Deer Farm Vineyard Pinot Noir   "Length is the order of the day. This is a wine of structural integrity first and foremost though crackles of wood spice, smoke and leaf matter make sure that the sweet-sour nature of the cherried fruit is complex. Everywhere you look here you see absolute signs of quality. It's bright, brooding, savoury and sweet at once; it offers both tang and velvet. A glittering star of a wine" - James Halliday, 97 points; "A superb bouquet recalling strawberry, spices, cranberry and raspberry, lifted and complex. It's light to medium-bodied and intense, with delicious flavour, fresh and fragrant. Great fruit intensity and purity. An outstanding pinot" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine - 97 points    $49.95 per bottle

2012 Coldstream Hills Pinot Noir   "Very pure and tense across the palate, finishes with almost the pucker of sourness, but it's not, it's just hewn to a rapier-point with succulent acidity. Smooth, flowing, light to medium bodied feel with graphite minerality laid under bright fruit flavours. Not for the hedonists as is, but for those seeking architecture in their drinking now and across some time" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 93+ points    $32.95 per bottle

2014 Craggy Range Te Muna Road Vineyard Pinot Noir      "An alluring wine, with a plush and delicious mid-palate and a friendly, open nature. Fine tannins provide a gentle, supporting framework and oak and acidity are perfectly integrated. It is a wine of intense aromatic appeal and finesse, with excellent pinosity and presence" - Toni Paterson MW, 95 points & Wine of the Week   $47.50 per bottle

2016 Curly Flat Pinot Noir    "Close behind came the Curly Flat, grown and made with the intricacy and precision that has always marked this Macedon Ranges vineyard... Glorious bouquet with a riot of spices, red fruits and forest notes; the palate has exceptional structure - the fruit/oak/tannin trilogy is perfect" - James Halliday, 96 points; "What a wine it is. A polished gem from top to toe, it flows seamlessly from the first whiff to a long lingering finish. Oozing class and charisma, fruit and oak are perfectly handled delivering a wine of opulence and respectability. Dark cherry fruit sits at the wheel with apricot kernel, plums, twiggy and forest floor characteristics synonymous with the variety dripping through its pores. There's a tension evident which time will slowly release, but there's a generosity too. Pour and sip slowly - a wine which ensures that time is irrelevant" - Steve Leszczinski, 95 points; "A lovely, generous example of Macedon Pinot Noir... a really enjoyable drink - there's a real sense of fullness, the warm year filling out the palate. A bigger wine in context, but not to the point of excess. Nice wine" - Andrew Graham, 94 points; "There's volume and power to the mid palate but the characterisation is found moreso in the wine's spicy, autumnal highlights - combined with trademark velvety texture. Undergrowth; a little. Oak; yes, but more texture than flavour. It's a cerebral release; its best days are ahead of it" - The Wine Front, 93+ points    $49.95 per bottle

2016 Curly Flat Pinot Noir (375ml)     $29.95 per bottle

2015 Curly Flat Pinot Noir    "It's the sternest, crunchiest, most brooding Curly Flat Pinot Noir I can recall. It's routinely a wine of heft, and cellarworthinecs, but this release is a rock. Tannin, acid, fruit and oak all combine to powerful effect. It's simultaneously slippery smooth, creamy in fact, and surly; it's like an approaching cold front: beautiful, intense, intimidating" - The Wine Front, 95 points"    $53.95 per bottle

2014 Curly Flat Pinot Noir    "A pinot noir lit by a satin sheen of red berry fruits splayed across the mouth by juicy acidity and impeccably wrought tannins. Growing darker of fruit and broader of mid-drift as it opens, a lick of briar, wood smoke and truffle imbue a carnal edge to a shimmering, mellifluous finish. Delicious out of the gates, this pinot is a svelte, sumptuous glide across the senses" - James Halliday, 97 points; "There's plenty of richness here. Plenty of flow. And yet it's varietal, fragrant, complex and savoury-slanted. We're onto a good thing here... Mouthfeel is satiny; length is assured. Not a hair out of place. And plenty of excitement factor" - The Wine Front, 95 points"    $56.95 per bottle

2013 Curly Flat Pinot Noir    "We're in good form here. The power, the delicacy, the yin, the yang. Slippery, satiny mouthfeel, loads of spice, sweet-sour cherries, cream, cranberry, a carousel of savoury flavour, and tannin, twirling through the finish. Really very good" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "The colour is great, the palate abuzz with energy and activity; red fruits, complex tannins, good acidity and obvious French oak all compete for front of stage, but it's a case of one in, all in. In the longer term, fruit will become the major player" - James Halliday, 95 points"    $57.95 per bottle

2012 Curly Flat Pinot Noir    "The fragrant bouquet leads into a supple, full-flavoured (cherry/plum/ spice) palate with immaculate length and balance. Will stand tall against its forebears" - James Halliday, 96 points; "An outstanding release from Curly Flat. Silken, highly aromatic, has fruit depth and yet it's light on its feet, racy almost, and correspondingly lengthy. This is a Curly Flat Pinot Noir for the true believers. Fleshy, succulent, deep, smooth and spicy. A standout" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "Quite complex and inviting. A delicious wine with lots of fruit sweetness and charm. Clean and fragrant, light to medium-bodied, but intense and stylish... Totally yum" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; The 2012 Curly Flat pinot noir was awarded the highest individual score (95+ points) of 71 Australian pinot noirs submitted for peer review; "We have an amazingly lingering Pinot that delivers a long, seductive palate, gentle and reserved. A very fine wine which will age gracefully. Fantastic; oozes class" - Roger Jones, Decanter - 19.0 points out of 20; "Alluring perfume: shy and interesting. Complex poached strawberry and cranberry palate laced with fennel and five spice. Delicate and harmonious, unfolding gradually with a building presence. Lovely, beautiful, elegant wine. Truly ethereal" - Justin Knock MW, Decanter - 19.0 points out of 20; "Super-juicy fresh succulence, elegance and weight with real finesse behind the tannins" - Anthony Rose, Decanter - 18.5 points out of 20"    $67.95 per bottle

2007 Curly Flat Pinot Noir     "A complex and powerful wine" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Very impressive" - The Wine Front, 95 points     $69.95 per bottle

2010 Curly Flat 'The Curly' Pinot Noir    "It has another dimension of intensity and length (to the standard wine), its aromas and flavours linked to black cherry and foresty notes from 100% whole bunch fermentation" - James Halliday, 96 points    $92.50 per bottle

2009 Devil Bend Creek Pinot Noir   "A mouthfilling and rich assemblage of plum and black cherry fruit gives the wine an extra degree of authority. This may theoretically be a second label, but is a very good one" - James Halliday, 93 points; "Vibrant pinot... Its soft, medium-bodied palate is super friendly with a tang of red fruits and a silken mouthfeel" - Gourmet Traveller Wine *****   $22.95 per bottle  

2003 Devil Bend Creek Pinot Noir      $22.95 per bottle  

2017 Dexter Pinot Noir     "Wastes no time in laying siege with its fruit bouquet and (in particular) palate. It's hard to decide whether it's the dark berry (black cherry and blackberry) or the savoury texture and length that are the best points of a truly outstanding pinot" - James Halliday, 97 points; "A superbly fresh, fragrant cherry aroma, with background spices and dried herb traces. Very intense, vibrant and precise. An outstanding young pinot destined for a long and distinguished life" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "It's loaded with cherry juice and pomegranate fruit scents and flavours, it offers a sprinkle of herb n spice to taste. It's exceptionally long in flavour too. Indeed, it's a beautiful wine when you take stock of it all, and best of all, drinkability is high. A really lovely expression once more" - Mike Bennie - 94 points   $54.95 per bottle

2015 Dog Point Vineyard Pinot Noir     "Sumptuous, concentrated, organic pinot noir with ripe plum, black cherry, liquorice, anise and nutty oak flavours. Impressive power with a seductive delivery. Very accessible now, but with a proven history of longevity" - Bob Campbell, 97 points; "This was one of my favourite Pinots at the recent Pinot Palooza event, and I think I must have tasted maybe 80 wines that day... Wonderful Marlborough Pinot Noir of depth and intensity... So good. Come along for the ride" - The Wine Front, 94 points; The palate has a deep and concentrated heart with rich, integrated flavours of ripe black cherries, raspberries and plums, melded with nuances of fresh herbs, a suggestion of whole bunch stalk perfumes, violet florals, with nutty and spicy oak. The fruit is supported by fine-grained, flowery and supple tannins providing a velvety structure, with harmonious, balanced acidity. The wine flows to a long, lingering finish of black and dark-red fruits" - Raymond Chan, 19.0 points out of 20; Huon Hooke - 94 points   $39.95 per bottle

2012 Dog Point Vineyard Pinot Noir       Winner of three trophies at the prestigious 2014 Six Nations Wine Challenge including BEST WINE OF SHOW - "the greatest pinot noir yet seen from Marlborough, a wine that takes power and density to a new level"; The bouquet is impressive and loaded with rich, ripe, black cherry fruit, the palate likewise rich and concentrated, full-bodied and sweetly-fruited, but it's all balanced by good tannins and excellent structure. A glorious wine, very Burgundy-like" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "This is seriously impressive... it's concentrated and full-bodied with ample tannins and great structure" - Ralph Kyte-Powell, 96 points   $46.95 per bottle

2017 Domaine A Stoney Vineyard Pinot Noir    $34.95 per bottle

2013 Felton Road Block 3 Pinot Noir    $129.95 per bottle

2015 Felton Road Block 5 Pinot Noir    $139.95 per bottle

2014 Felton Road Block 5 Pinot Noir  "Tightly-coiled and impeccably structured, this is a Block 5 of graceful endurance and intricately packaged complexity. Red and black cherry and berry fruits are seamlessly woven with exotic spice and understated violet nuances, supported by silky tannins and well-integrated acidity. An enticing Block 5 with great potential" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points & Top 20 Wines over $100; "This has a bold, voluminous, aromatic nose with red fruits, subtle herbal and whole bunch aromas, all quite in context and balance, lovely floral detail and emerging undergrowth complexities. Rich and lush on palate, the red fruit flavours are sweet and juicy. Bright acidity lifts the fruitiness and enlivens the mouthfeel. This is supple and elegant with its richness. Quite exuberant for its relatively stylish and elegant size" - Raymond Chan, 19.5- points out of 20; "A little reticent and broody at this youthful stage, with faint notes of pomegranate, red cherries and raspberry leaves plus a touch of forest floor. Light to medium-bodied, it offers restrained red berry, floral and earth laced flavors with very finely grainy, silky tannins and lovely freshness, finishing with great length" - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate, 93+ points  $142.95 per bottle

2013 Felton Road Block 5 Pinot Noir  "A fragrant nose with the scent of dark berries, violet and wildflowers. Concentrated palate with a stronger fruit focus together with a savoury, spicy influence. A smooth, rich texture and impressive power on the finish" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 98 points  $145.95 per bottle

2017 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "Elegant, fresh and vibrant, this red starts off wonderfully perfumed, with lavender, white pepper and green tea notes that accentuate the purity of the cherry and raspberry flavors. Polished tannins still provide some grip on the finish, where white truffle and forest floor details linger" - Wine Spectator, 96 points; "Full flavoured, creamy vanilla oak in support, herbal mouth-perfume, clean acidity, open weave tannin pushes out on the finish. Really lovely. Flavour with finesse. Tasty and seductive" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "Dense, intense wine with strong sweet fruit restrained by subtle tannins. A rich, almost chewy wine, with impressive underlying power" - Bob Campbell MW, 95 points   $64.95 per bottle

2015 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "Light pinot noir but certainly not lacking in intensity or power. Cherry, violet and spice flavours with a savoury, herbal edge. A complex wine, with layers of subtle flavours" - Bob Campbell MW, 95 points; "Ripe choc-cherry, mocha scents, whiffs of black olive, truffle, warm sauna cedar. Mellow fragrance vibes. Sweet fruit, supple texture, good length, nice staining of palate. Feels pure in fruit flavour, just kissed with fancy oak spice, good length, nice, neat finish. Ticks many boxes. Has a luxurious feel. In the recliner" - Mike Bennie, 93 points    $69.95 per bottle

2014 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "It is clear from the very first sip that 2014 is a very successful vintage for Felton Road... typically smooth, flavour-packed and yet tender already on the palate" - Matthew Jukes, 19+ points out of 20; "Magnificent, inimitable, characterful and joyful, this is a pinot noir that seamlessly and effortlessly harmonises the black and red cherries of Central Otago, the exotic spice of whole bunch and the finely mineral mouth feel of Felton Road, lacing them all together with the masterful touch of Blair Walter. It's wonderfully pure, impeccably fresh, enticingly complex and magnificently alluring" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points & Top 20 Wines over $70; "Full, deep and dense, this has weight and mouthfilling presence. Dark-red fruits prevail with herb and stalk interest. The mouthfeel is supple, but reveals a firm core with fresh, lacy acidity. This has a long finish with undergrowth nuances to the fruit. There is plenty of wine here" - Raymond Chan, 18.5+ points out of 20; "The palate has a deep lingering intensity with power and finesse. This is a classy wine of great poise and expression" - Ray Jordan, 96 points $76.95 per bottle

2010 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "The palate has precise ripeness, and faultless curvaceous shape, driving mixed cherry fruit flavor long and fresh" - Nick Stock, 97 points; "Oh boy, does the palate have marvellous purity to its focus and length" - James Halliday, 96 points; "2010 is as vintage you must not miss, more exuberant than ever in its violets, black cherries, exotic spice and pot pourri. It's rich with mulberry fruit and laced with perfume from start to finish" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Rich, bold and succulent on palate, this is fruit-driven and up-front in expression, the sweet and succulent core of dark berry and plums, along with subtle oaking, supported by fine-grained, supple tannins that allow the fruitiness to feature... one to enjoy over the next 5-7+ years" - Raymond Chan, 18.5 points out of 20   $84.95 per bottle

2008 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "Silken-textured with good concentration delivered with supreme elegance. This is so good now it's hard to justify bothering with bottle age" - Bob Campbell MW, 96 points; "Another benchmark Felton Road Pinot" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points; "Full, fresh, ripe and plummy... Classic Central Otago vibrancy of fruit" - Raymond Chan, 19.0+ points; "Finely detailed, expressive Pinot" - Decanter.com - Ten Best New Zealand Wines; "It has fantastic 'pinosity'" - Blair Walter, Winemaker  $89.95 per bottle

2007 Felton Road Pinot Noir  "A classic example of the Felton Road style " - Bob Campbell MW, 96 points *****; "It fizzles with magic that delivers everything you would wish of it" - Matthew Jukes; "This is one of the most satisfying standard Felton pinots yet, a reference wine for the vintage... VALUE" - Geoff Kelly ***** (18.5 points); Wine Spectator - 91 points [90-94: Outstanding]  $92.95 per bottle

2006 Felton Road Pinot Noir   "Absolutely benchmark Central Otago" - Gourmet Traveller Wine ***** 95 points; "... great development potential" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Concentrated, weighty wine" - Bob Campbell MW, 94 points *****; "Is a knockout" - Max Allen; Andrew Caillard MW - 94 points; "... very smart" - Sue Courtney; The Lawrason E-Report - 93 points    $94.95 per bottle

2004 Felton Road Pinot Noir   "A stunner showing a wonderful array of complex forest floor and mushroom, tomato leaf and spice... a lengthy and elegant wine that continued to evolve beautifully in the glass suggesting plenty of life yet" - The Independent Wine Monthly (tasted Oct 2009); "... fantastic potential" - Sue Courtney; Gourmet Traveller Wine - ***** 93 points; Geoff Kelly **** (18.0+ points)     $96.95 per bottle

2012 Freycinet Pinot Noir  "A vintage of magnificent persistence and poise, crafted, exact and refined. Great depth of black cherry and black plum fruit is layered with black pepper, exotic spice and violet perfume" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Gloriously elegant, with spicy aromas already threaded through the blood plum fruit, the palate long, gently savoury, tannins perfectly weighted to carry the fruit" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A pinot that is at once supple and generous as well as poised, tangy and structured. One of the greats" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 96 points; "After prolonged airing: a powerful pinot of wonderful flavour: tight, firm and full in the mouth with real density and gravitas" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "Freycinet Vineyard does not disappoint with the outstanding 2012 Freycinet Vineyard Pinot Noir. It shows immense depth and complexity with grand cru-like poise... The palate has abundant flesh and depth with deep-set tannins secured below bright yet weighty, dark cherry fruit. Terrific volume all wrapped neatly together into an exhilarating finish. It is deceptively elegant, such is the balance. This is shaping up as the best Freycinet Pinot ever' - Nick Stock  $67.95 per bottle

2017 Giant Steps Applejack Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Acid driven, light and fragrant style, has that sense of sleekness from fine pinot tannins yet is tightly wound, coiled and precise as it rolls through the palate... Balanced, lithe, very finely wrought. Such elegance, and, importantly, incredible sense of energy in the wine. Now we can use the word outstanding" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 96+ points     $57.95 per bottle   

2017 Giant Steps Sexton Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Sets itself off on a darker, fuller path for pinot. Plush in the palate, dark chocolate and amaro, red berries, fine bitterness to finish with a smudge more bitter-dark chocolate. Mouthwatering, hunger-setting stuff. Fuller figured here. Breathy even. Nice though. Real nice. The 'generous one'" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 93 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2017 Giant Steps Wombat Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Sets itself off on a darker, fuller path for pinot. Plush in the palate, dark chocolate and amaro, red berries, fine bitterness to finish with a smudge more bitter-dark chocolate. Mouthwatering, hunger-setting stuff. Fuller figured here. Breathy even. Nice though. Real nice. The 'generous one'" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 93 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2015 Giant Steps Applejack Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Significantly deeper colour than prior vintages, likewise depth of fruit; the bouquet and palate are driven by black and red cherry fruit of exceptional generosity but with an unusual touch of dark chocolate. Small wonder Giant Steps says this is its best vintage yet" - James Halliday, 97 points; "The palate is awash and ablaze, bright and lively, shows a flighty sheet of tannin that drapes across the mouth then starts to tug like a fist closing on silk. The finish is pulled tight with that fine tannin, caraway seed spice, light herbal notes. It's beautiful, wonderful drinking, so gluggable, so complex in its nature and presentation, so much to enjoy" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 96 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2015 Giant Steps Lusatia Park Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Superb colour; the ultra-fragrant/scented bouquet is picked up unceremoniously by the brilliant palate and dispatched to the boundary. Takes the concept of elegant generosity to another level with more movement in the chorus of red fruit flavours than you might think possible. Combines elegance with spicy, savoury intensity" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Of the Giant Steps 2015 single vineyard pinot noirs this feels like the one with a touch more grunt, a little wild streak, sniffs of ferrous things in dark cherry, kirsch, briar. Deeply flavoured and then as the finish starts it kicks in with another burst of bright fruit - it's like the wine is bucking in the palate, yet set on impossibly supple curves. Floods the palate with cherry fruit, spice, herb, pomegranate acidity and barely there tannin. Unreal wine. Unreal" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 96 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2015 Giant Steps Primavera Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Another take on this great vintage, with savoury, spicy aromas and flavours surging over the bouquet and palate alike, putting whole bunch fermentation up in giant neon letters. The tangy, herbal, forest floor characters will always be the raison d'etre of the wine, and I hope I'm around to see how this evolves over time" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This wine is 100% whole bunch too; and it's formative in this wine. It's what I called 'the most captivating' wine... Haunting perfume of undergrowth, decaying flowers, pot pourri, rose water, pickled cherries, pepper, earth. It's elemental, guttural and wild to inhale. The palate has a swirl of dark cherry fruitiness, but again, savoury, earthy, briary character takes over. It crackles and swerves in the palate - there's juiciness but its ribbed with tannin and feels alive with crisp acidity. Long, so long, untamed, unkempt, but beautiful in its sweeping expression. Stains the glass with primal, sexual scent. A broad rugged landscape painted in detail. It's unbelievably good wine and will mature so, so intriguingly and well" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 96 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2015 Giant Steps Sexton Vineyard Pinot Noir    "Here, generosity takes the stage with richness and tannins woven into the superabundant red and black fruits by invisible mending. A brilliant wine by whatever standards you may choose" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Superb. Such volume of perfume too. Palate has an almost tactile white pepper dusting, feathery and suede tannins build that tactile feel, the wine draws long on an sleek elastic band of juicy, bright cherry fruit, that spice, glossy acidity. It sits in palate even, fine, long, restrained, finessed. Cashmere on the tongue. Far out" - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front, 96 points     $57.95 per bottle   

2012 Greystone Waipara Pinot Noir    BEST NEW ZEALAND PINOT NOIR; "Opulent and powerful" - Judges at 2013 Air New Zealand Wine Awards; 2013 - Air New Zealand Wine Awards; "Silken-textured pinot noir with dark cherry, black-fleshed plum, subtle spice and nutty oak flavours. Elegant, ethereal wine showing surprising power and length. Distinctive and appealing" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 96 points; "Medium-full bodied, well-concentrated flavours of red and black fruits unfold layers of complex savoury dark herb and earthy nuances entwined with sweet aromatic floral notes. The mouthfeel shows a dense core that unfolds smoothly with a seamless flow, and the palate is supported by fine-grained, supple tannin extraction. The richness and fruit sweetness is enlivened by fine acidity, and the flavours lead to a very long, sustained finish of savoury dark berry fruits. This is a richly concentrated, complex-nuanced, seamless Pinot Noir" - Raymond Chan, 19.0 points out of 20; "This is the wine that was awarded the Trophy for best pinot noir in last year's Air NZ judging - a correctly awarded Trophy if ever there was one... Bouquet epitomises what the grape variety pinot noir is all about, sweet haunting even caressing florals touching on violets, roses and boronia, then clear cherry fruit and gentle near-invisible oak. Palate emphasises the caressing thought, soft, velvety, seductive even... The fruit ripeness is pinpoint, red grading to black cherry with attractive acid balance. Total style is unarguably Cote de Nuits, and this wine is a real charmer. It is so rich that the fruit sweetness continues right through to the tail, and the wine thus seems sweet to the finish... in both practical terms and classical European analysis terms this Greystone is for the moment the definitive New Zealand pinot noir" - Geoff Kelly, 18.5+ points out of 20; "Wonderfully attractive aromatics - fruity yet funky in an exciting and evocative way. Full bodied and creamy with black cherries and rose petals underpinned by a deep earthy savouriness and tannins that are remarkably silky and fine. Such a gorgeous texture to this wine" - Sue Courtney, www.wineoftheweek.com    $39.95 per bottle   

2011 Greystone Waipara Pinot Noir    "Pure, mouth-watering wine with bright, fresh and moderately intense flavours. Supple wine that delivers surprising power with pleasing subtelty" - Bob Campbell MW, 91 points; "If you haven't been introduced to the charms of Waipara Pinot Noir then this is an excellent wine to kick off with. Savoury and seductive. Jump in" - Wine Orbit, 91 points; "This is a wine to sip and contemplate. The flavours are restrained - Christmas cake-like fruit notes and attractive oak-derived mocha are set against a backdrop of velvety tannins" - Cuisine Magazine ****    $34.95 per bottle   

2012 Helen's Hill Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Noir   "It is packed with luxurious dark cherry and plum fruit running in an unbroken stream through the bouquet, palate, finish and aftertaste. Exceptional pinot noir" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Proprietor Allan Nalder is, and I think rightfully, excited by the contribution his Pommard clones are making to Helen's Hill Pinot Noir... Medium weight, plums and cherries, good acid cut and attack with fine but firm powdery tannin framing up the wine beautifully. Muscular and intense, but not without charm. Long finish. Ooomph and chutzpah. Carries it off with style" - The Wine Front, 93 points   $34.95 per bottle

2010 Helen's Hill Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Noir    "... the lovely feminine feel of the Helen's Hill... Loved by the Panel for its subtleness and texture. Ripe, floral and fruit driven with a bright strawberry fruit core on the mid palate, plush and juicy on the back palate. Beautifully balanced with fine tannins and divine smoky oak, superb length and brightness" - Wine Selectors Tasting Panel & Bill Downie - Ranked 2nd out of 59 pinot noirs; "Estate-grown MV6, 113 and 114 clone grapes have come together in a top vintage to provide a pinot that has both depth and length to its display of dark plum and cherry fruit, French oak having its say, as do fine tannins - all in tune with each other" - James Halliday, 94 points   $34.95 per bottle

2017 Hoddles Creek Estate 1er Pinot Noir    "the perfumed bouquet has spice, hints of violets (unexpected so soon, but don't complain), cherry and plum, a gathering replayed on the stage of the palate which is wonderfully long" - James Halliday, 97 points & Top 100 Wines for 2018; ". It's a light, elegant wine, sinewy is the word, though it has the kind of insistence that would win it an election. This is a peacock's tail of a wine if there ever was one, all the forces marshalled in order through the mainstay off the palate before launching the real and decisive attack through the finish. Drinking it is like watching the launch of a satellite, to keep the metaphors rolling; you count down through the palate and then watch it boom. Let's just say, it has cashed in on the excellence of the vintage, and is remarkable both for its quality and for its value" - The Wine Front, 96 points   $49.95 per bottle

2015 Hoddles Creek Estate 1er Pinot Noir    "The bouquet is gloriously fragrant and flowery, the red and blue fruits immediately picked up by the palate which then moves on with its vibrant spicy whole bunch notes adding more layers to its seemingly endless finish" - James Halliday, 97 points & Special Value Wine; "This has clarity, precision and fairly glides through the palate. Red cherry, raspberry, dried roses, fine spicy biscuitty oak, clean earthiness, and almost a liquorice root succulence too, but throughout its signature is restraint and subdued power. Ultra-fine tannin shapes the wine surely like the firm stroke of an emery board, the acidity so pure and clean, and the finish long, crisply ironed and perfumed" - The Wine Front, 96+ points; "The wine is rich and fruit-sweet, ripe and concentrated with generous black cherry flavours, which are not that detailed as yet. It needs time to show its best, and has great potential" - Huon Hooke, 96 points   $55.95 per bottle

2014 Hoddles Creek Estate 1er Pinot Noir    "Stylish and convincing, red and purple fruits on the bouquet taking immediate control of the vibrant palate which swirls around the tip of the tongue, building layers as it progresses through to the tangy, lively finish. The whole bunch tannins are the touchstone of the wine" - James Halliday, 96 points; "You'd rarely go wrong with Hoddles 1er wines... Cherries and raspberries, sap and spice, certainly has an autumnal lilt with humus and a gentle smokiness, and oak adds a layer of cinnamon and vanilla perfume. Medium bodied, mineral feel with firm slaty tannin, clean acidity, raspberry flavour and pencilly oak in support. Finish is very good, with layers of tannin unfurling, and well etched acidity stretching it out. You can go for it now, but its best days are ahead of it" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "A smooth, sumptuous and velvety Yarra pinot whose deeply floral and faintly earthy perfume of black and red cherries and sweet cedary oak precedes a luscious, mouthfilling palate of medium to full body. Deep layers of juicy cherry/dark plum fruit knit tightly with fresh, polished oak and a hint of meatiness, all supported by a fine but firmish spine of gentle tannins. It finishes with genuine length and persistence. Excellent value!" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points   $57.95 per bottle

2017 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Exceptional drive, length and focus to its medium-bodied display of zesty, spicy small red fruits, its purity the mark of a glorious vintage, and a great site handled by an exceptional winemaker, Franco D'Anna" - James Halliday, 96 points & Top 100 Wines for 2018; "Medium-bodied, beautiful weight and precision, the delivery of flavour comes with a quiet confidence, fine graphite tannin, clear acidity, and satisfying length. Complete and sophisticated, yet still so young. Go on" - Gary Walsh, 94 points; "The palate offers impressive depth of flavour and authentic cherry fruit. This has some weight and substance. And a sweet fruit core. A very good pinot that's a touch muted at present and just cries out for a little cellar time to mellow and build" - Huon Hooke, 92 points   $24.95 per bottle

2016 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Hoddles Creek probably about the best $20 you can spend on Australian Pinot Noir. It's almost ludicrous... Light to medium bodied, fine sweep of emery board tannin, fine acidity, delicate flavour, bright and fine boned, with no annoying sweet and sour flavours, and a firm insistently tannic finish. Serious Pinot satisfaction here" - Gary Walsh, 93 points; "The bouquet is meaty, charcuterie and dark cherry-like, the palate similar with intense, refined, penetrative flavour and good length. Lovely pinot and great value" - Huon Hooke, 92 points   $24.95 per bottle

2015 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Superb colour, both in hue and clarity; the perfumed bouquet of red berries and plums sets the scene for the perfectly balanced and very long palate, with a contrast between its juicy fruits and fine-grained tannins. This is a ridiculous bargain, whether enjoyed tonight or in a decade" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Light to medium bodied, with a tense almost sinewy texture, mass of fine-point tannin, pencilly 'mineral' feel and the tannin and sweet damp earth singing on the finish. Can't recall a better release of the Estate Pinot Noir. Incredible sophistication for its price" - Gary Walsh, 94 points; "This wine presents as mostly about simple, pure fruit and quality of tannin and texture. Those tannins are notable, glorious, etched with feathery detail, gently-gently builds to a light pucker that dries the palate perfectly. Superb. Flavours and aromas come with charisma of cherries, faint truffle, earth, light tobacco, but you go back for that palate feel, time and time again. Ludicrous price. Must buy. Must share" - Mike Bennie, 93 points   $25.95 per bottle

2014 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Quite simply, it's a beautiful wine to drink. Buy some, buy lots. It's such a charming drink. Ripe but savoury, spicy but rich with succulent appeal. One sip and you just want to settle back and go on with it. Cherries, dry leaves, some mint, the sweet smoky spiciness of oak. Sourness, just a touch. Pinot noir to the Nth degree. High value? Yes. Again" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points; "As always, Hoddles Creek Estate pinot represents one of the great wine bargains of Australia. Just one sniff had me hooked. Smelling like a fistfull of squished cherry, strawberry and raspberry along with earth and spice, it's layered and complex. That's even before the flavour hits. It's smooth and bursting with elegant flavours similar to the aromas. There's energy, subtle structure and the berry flavours fan out. I've tasted over a decade of these wines and they age tremendously, too. Step right up" - Ben Thomas, The 24 Best Value Wines of 2015    $26.95 per bottle

2013 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Hits the bullseye; barely any need to go past the plum and cherry fruit of the bouquet to assess its quality; the perfectly balanced and very long palate is every bit as impressive. There's no greater value on the market, and it will become even better with 3+ years in bottle" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Cracking pinot noir... Tight and disciplined but champing at the bit through the finish. Outstanding release from Hoddles Creek Estate" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points   $27.95 per bottle

2012 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Excellent crimson-purple; not filtered or fined, yet bright and clear; full of red and black cherry fruits, spice imminent; superfine but persistent tannins" - James Halliday, 94 points & Top 100 Wines of 2013; "This latest pinot is a cracker. It offers sour cherry varietal aroma, foresty notes and a whisper of gamey mystery. Silky and supple in the mouth, there's good intensity, yet it's light and fresh, with a gentle signature of very fine tannins, a sustained, fragrant finish, and an amazingly low price tag" - Ralph Kyte-Powell, 93 points & WINE OF THE WEEK; "Really happy with the 2012, think it's probably our best since 2008. Better balanced than 2010, but has the nerve of 2008. Agree, in twelve months it should be singing" - Franco d'Anna, Winemaker; "One of the most eagerly-awaited wines of the year, from a very good season... This release needs time - and given it, it'll be cracking. For all its reserve, it still manages to ooze class" - Campbell Mattinson, 92+ points; "Friendly price, serious Pinot.... The finish is sustained and impressive. It just needs time. Big emphasis on the plus sign here" - Jeremy Pringle, 92+ points   $28.95 per bottle

2008 Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir    "Remarkable... Franco D'Anna is a masterful winemaker... Lovely flavour and acidity here... it's a spunk of a wine" - The Big Red Book, PINOT NOIR OF THE YEAR; "Don't know how they create a pinot this fine for the money" - Tim White, 94 points; The Wine Front - 94 points   $29.95 per bottle

2010 Kooyong Estate Ferrous Pinot Noir     $74.95 per bottle

2010 Kooyong Estate Pinot Noir   "The palate is fleshy, fresh and focused on entry, with a fine line of acidity and tightly wound tannins providing length to the generous depth of fruit on offer" - James Halliday, 94 points  $47.95 per bottle

2008 Kooyong Estate Pinot Noir   "It has great shape, significant length and is sure to cellar particularly well" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "Lovely dark fruits, small currents and cherries with plenty of spice; fantastic flavour on the palate ... great length" - Chris Crawford, 18.5 points; Dans Sims - 18.5 points; Ben Edwards - 17.5 points  $52.95 per bottle

2007 Kooyong Estate Pinot Noir   James Halliday - 94 points; "Another gorgeous example... It's all about structure, length of flavour, sourness" - Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh, 93 points  $54.95 per bottle

2005 Kooyong Estate Pinot Noir   Jeremy Oliver 94 points; James Halliday - 94 points; "It's a really beautiful wine" - Winorama, 94 points; The Wine Front - 94 points; "Delicious" - Winewise, Highly Recommended   $59.95 per bottle

2016 Lightfoot & Sons Myrtle Point Pinot Noir    "This complex vinification has resulted in a very complex pinot, with red and purple fruits, abundant spices and savoury/earthy fine-grained tannins. This in turn leads to good length and texture" - James Halliday, 94 points; "This Gippsland vineyard clearly grows good pinot noir. The complexity is there. It just needs time to build and grow and mature... If you cast a wide net you'll reel in a wide variety of flavours and scents. Plenty of tang. Assorted goings on. It's like flicking through a pinot diary" - Campbell Mattinson, 91+ points   $24.95 per bottle

2014 Lowburn Ferry Home Block Pinot Noir    RANKED NUMBER OUT OF MORE THAN 170 PINOT NOIRS FROM ACROSS NEW ZEALAND - Decanter Magazine, 96 points (Outstanding); TROPHY FOR BEST PINOT NOIR - Sydney International Wine Competition 2016; "A mightily impressive and complex Pinot in an admirably understated, fresh and vivid cool-climate style. Gloriously bright with wonderful farmyard nuances and a distinct mushroom edge. Complex, savoury layers. Truly beautiful. Generous without being rich, and stylish without being showy - Phillip Tuck MW, 96 points; "An intensely perfumed, succulent wine... Very supple texture. The distinctly silky texture is a hallmark of this sub-region" - Christine Parkinson, 96 points; "Lovely cool-climate fruit - fresh and vivid. Very pure with unforced concentration. Fantastic complexity with great length" - Melanie Brown, 96 points; "How good is this. Seductive, powerful, refined and opulent at the same time. Gorgeous aromas of dark cherry, truffle, cedar, dried herb and roasted beet lead to a concentrated palate that delivers layers of delicious flavours. It is richly textured and generously flavoured, while remaining elegant and poised, and finishes superbly long and velvety. Wonderfully expressive and hugely appealing" - Wine Orbit, 96 points; "It is fragrant, sweet-fruited and concentrated, with deep, ripe plum, cherry and spice flavours, showing excellent complexity, and fine-grained tannins. Still youthful, it's an age-worthy, very harmonious wine" - Michael Cooper*****; "The fruit is softly rich and luscious, and flows effortlessly, supported by fine-grained, supple tannin extraction and a refined structure. The acidity is integrated and the balance of the wine is impeccable as it leads to an elegant, sweet and aromatic finish. This is an elegant and seamless Pinot Noir with harmonious dark red fruit, an array of floral and complex herbal layers and a supple mouthfeel" - Raymond Chan, 19.0 points out of 20  $47.95 per bottle

2015 Mayer Close Planted Pinot Noir    "Concentrated and powerful in the palate, has ripe herbal-stalkiness, juicy ripple across the palate, firm slaty tannins. Tannins a big part of the wine, the architecture is pretty epic. Depth, interest, structure. Seriously good" - Mike Bennie, 95 points; "Bright cherry fruit, not obviously stemmy, with lovely clean, ripe cherry, raspberry flavour, finely textured and nicely balanced by supple, drying tannins. Superb wine" - Huon Hooke, 95 points    $67.95 per bottle

2008 Moorooduc Estate McIntyre Vineyard Pinot Noir    "The palate with life and drive to its red fruits and silky, lingering tannins. Delicious now, but has years in front of it" - James Halliday, 95 points    $36.95 per bottle

2010 Mount Fishtail Marlborough Pinot Noir       Lovely quaffing pinot from Marlborough that offers unbeatable value. The light to medium-bodied palate is awash with supple, sweet, strawberry and cherry fruits. Spicy overtones add plenty of interest to a clean, fresh finish with plenty of varietal character      $16.50 per bottle

2003 Mount Mary Pinot Noir       Jeremy Oliver 95 points      $145.00 per bottle

2002 Mount Mary Pinot Noir       Jeremy Oliver 92 points      $145.00 per bottle

2010 Mount Terrible Pinot Noir  Very occassionally one comes across a wine from a hitherto unknown winery that blows one off one's feet... Fresh, tangy, savoury cherry and plum fruit, spice and briar aromas are mirrored in a vibrant and intense palate that is beautifully structured, long and lingering. The oak handling is impeccable. Oozes class, but with the best years in front of it. Only 280 dozen produced; "This is a serious pinot noir, the whole bunches contributing to but not dominating the texture and structure of the wine; bright red fruits merge into a gently savoury/foresty backdrop, tannins perfectly pitched" - James Halliday, 94 points; "The perfume flows through the mouth, along with a darker set of berry flavours and stewed plum, with prune-like intensity. Intensity builds and builds and there's a nice grip and fresh berry and plums on the finish" - Ben Thomas, The Weekly Review   $39.95 per bottle

2003 Mount William Pinot Noir   Delightful savoury pinot from Mt Macedon; James Halliday - 92 points   $24.95 per bottle

2005 Nanny Goat Central Otago Pinot Noir     "If you like Central Otago pinot noir, go out and source a bottle of this" - The Wine Front, 92 points; Ralph Kyte-Powell *****; "It's a lovely wine" - Paddy Kendler   $36.95 per bottle

2008 Paringa Estate Peninsula Pinot Noir   "Lovely purity on the palate, with drive, nerve and a bit of grip from the vibrant fruit on offer" - James Halliday, 95 points   $32.95 per bottle

2011 Picardy Pinot Noir         $42.95 per bottle

2017 Phaedrus Estate Pinot Noir   This has to be one of the most enjoyable pinots I have tasted in a very long time. A plush, juicy and luscious palate with a mouthwatering array of black cherries and spices define this truly delicious wine which has a prodigous length for a pinot noir at this price point.   $29.95 per bottle

2010 Pooley Butcher's Hill Pinot Noir   "Soft, easygoing palate texture, light tannins, very smooth and has a succulent sweetness of fruit that is quite delicious. A charming Pinot" - Huon Hooke, 93 points   $42.95 per bottle

2011 Pooley Coal River Pinot Noir   "DUAL TROPHY WINNER (INCLUDING BEST PINOT NOIR), 2012 Royal Melbourne Wine Show; "The fragrant, perfumed bouquet of red cherry and damson plum leads into a vibrant, fresh and well-balanced palate; here similar red fruit flavours are on display, supported by fine, gently spicy, tannins; the oak, too, has been well-handled" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Delicious flavour, fruit-forward and lush. Good fruit sweetness. A charmer and a real success for the vintage" - Huon Hooke, 93 points; "Gentle depth and complexity... The palate has terrific balance with smooth, ripe, supple tannins building to a fresh finish of crisp and lively acidity that helps to hold terrific length" - Nick Stock   $39.95 per bottle

2015 Portsea Estate Pinot Noir   The wine has a haunting array of aromas ranging through savoury red fruits to hints of forest floor and truffle; yet it is the length and finesse of the red fruits at its core that is the key to this wine. The palate is beautifully structured, the earthy minerality and fine acidity and tannins indicative of a high quality pinot noir that is bred to stay for many years   $39.95 per bottle

2007 Portsea Estate Pinot Noir   42.95 per bottle

2006 Portsea Estate Pinot Noir   TRIPLE TROPHY WINNER at the prestigious National Cool Climate Show (including Champion Wine of the Show); 7 GOLD MEDALS; made by pinot guru Lindsay McCall   $46.95 per bottle

2005 Provenance Geelong Pinot Noir    "A classic pinot noir of real depth and length that is utterly delicious down to the last drop" - Gourmet Traveller Wine ***** 95 points    $34.95 per bottle

2007 Quartz Reef Bendigo Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir  "Wonderfully fragrant, pure and appealing. Palate shows an excellent concentration of fragrant red cherry and some black cherry, on beautifully subtle oak, all as understated as the Rousseau top wines... the oak handling in particular demands the highest praise. This is sensational New Zealand pinot noir, one of the very best ever made" - Geoff Kelly Wine Reviews, 19.0 points *****; "Only made in exceptional vintages. Elegant, fine-boned, wine with impressive tautness. Lean & powerful... a clear favourite for the cellar" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 97 points*****; "An emerging Central Otago star... Highly complex... Powerful, yet also graceful and supple... obvious cellaring potential" - Wine Orbit, 96 points; "What a gorgeous bouquet! ... The palate is superbly concentrated and finely textured with seamlessly integrated acidity and fine, chalky tannins. The wine flows and expands beautifully through the palate to a magnificent finish... sensuous and seductive" - Michael Cooper *****; "Gorgeously rich palate, soft and plush... very seductive sweet fruit and texture, deceptive in its elegance as underneath is a brooding power... this could be the most alluring wine Bauer has made to date" - Curtis Marsh, The Wandering Palate    $87.95 per bottle

2008 Quartz Reef Pinot Noir  "This is a top flight Pinot Noir... It has a rich, silken texture with dense plum, black cherry and spice flavours" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 96 points *****; "It's a convincing and mouth-filling wine with plenty of concentrated plum and dark-cherry flavor - and a very, very bright future. A class act from an experienced cellar" - Nick Stock, 94 points; "The palate is concentrated showing satin smooth texture and perfectly pitched acidity and fine tannins. It flows beautifully through the palate to an impressively long finish. A superbly balanced and framed wine destined to age graciously" - Wine Orbit, 93 points; "Supple, spicy and seriously concentrated" - Stephen Tanzer   $62.95 per bottle

2017 Riposte The Dagger Pinot Noir   "It has considerable depth and complexity to its plum and dark cherry fruit. A foresty/earthy subtext adds another dimension" - James Halliday, 94 points; "This is a beauty. Textural, powerful, varietal and brilliant to drink. Dark cherries and plums, a tanginess, spice and peppercorn notes. It races about, delivering pleasure as it goes. Tannin is in emery board territory. Take the wine, the price, combine the two, and clearly this is right up there as one of the best value pinots of the year" - Campbell Mattinson - 92 points    $18.50 per bottle

2017 Rouleur Yarra Valley Pinot Noir      $29.95 per bottle

2008 Scorpo Noirien Pinot Noir   "The palate is juicy, generous, fine and thoroughly delicious, and volumes about sheer pleasure" - James Halliday, 95 points     $29.95 per bottle

2015 Seville Estate Pinot Noir   "The bouquet and palate both throw down the gauntlet with a riveting display of black cherry, spice and a (pleasantly) stalky/vegetal background. Makes a convincing claim for more time in bottle" - James Halliday, 95 points     $36.95 per bottle

2008 Shelmerdine Lusatia Park (Reserve) Pinot Noir   An exemplary single vineyard pinot noir - only 150 cases were produced - from the Lusatia Park vineyard (planted 1985); "It makes me think that this vineyard will one day be considered an Australian Grand Cru" - Campbell Mattinson; "A delicate, ethereal style of pinot. There's charm as well as strenght on the palate" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 93 points     $42.95 per bottle

2008 Shelmerdine Yarra Valley Pinot Noir   "Shelmerdine has hit the jackpot here" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "Intensely fragrant - the purity oozes out of the glass. Real Yarra Valley classic Pinot Noir here, concentrated yet delivered with refinement and finesse... Well done Stephen Shelmerdine" - Paul Ippolito, 92 points; "Plenty of meaty complexity... The palate is smooth and plush... fresh, juicy smooth finish" - Nick Stock, 91 points     $36.95 per bottle

2012 Six Foot Six Pinot Noir   "The bouquet is full of red flowers, red fruits and spices, the flavours of the silky and vibrantly fresh fruit tracking the path set by the bouquet. A lovely pinot offering outstanding value" - James Halliday, 94 points      $18.95 per bottle

2011 Spring Vale Pinot Noir     $36.95 per bottle

2008 Spring Vale Pinot Noir    $49.95 per bottle

2010 Stoney Rise Pinot Noir  "From a 25-year-old vineyard, this is cracking value... rich and juicy palate with a little sweet-and-sour rhubarb adding to the complexity of the sweet fruits. It's silky smooth in the mouth... Simply a delicious wine" - Ben Thomas, 5/5; "It combines balanced acidity, good flavour and firmish tannin to create ample shape, structure and power without heaviness... A suitable style for my tastes" - The Wine Front, 94 points; "The palate delivers all the berry goodness promised on the nose with a nice line in spice and held together by a silky wave of tannin... It's delicate and powerful, all in the same instance and that is a cause for some serious seduction" - The Wining Pom; "A Pinot that smells and tastes like much more than $29 worth of wine... a Pinot of length and power that is still unveiling in the bottle, showing more and more pinosity as it goes. Smart wine for the price indeed" - Andrew Graham, 92+ points $34.95 per bottle

2009 Stoney Rise Pinot Noir   "Has considerable depth to its multi-spice, plum and black cherry fruit on bouquet and palate alike; the fruit flavour pours along the palate to the very finish, guaranteeing its future. Harmonious" - James Halliday, 94 points; A very subtle and understated pinot noir... an attractive, silky package" - Angus Hughson   $36.95 per bottle

2006 Tarrington Henty Pinot Noir  "It's all quite a delight: rose petals, Turkish Delight, dark cherries and undergrowth, the finish lingering" - The Wine Front, 92 points    $39.95 per bottle

2002 Tinderbox Vineyard Pinot Noir       James Halliday - 91 points    $42.95 per bottle

2006 Tomboy Hill Rebellion Pinot Noir     "A particularly intense, spicy savoury palate" - James Halliday, 93 points    $39.95 per bottle

2006 Tomboy Hill Smythes Creek Pinot Noir       "One of the best pinots I've tasted this year and is just one of a fascinating range" - Huon Hooke; "On the intense and very long palate the red cherry, strawberry and raspberry fruits are in abundance" - James Halliday, 95 points    $59.95 per bottle

2005 Voice of the Vine Acappella Pinot Noir        AN ABSOLUTE STEAL AT THE HEAVILY DISCOUNTED PRICE, a must for those that like exceptionally complex pinot; "Tight, structured, pure and imposing. Excellent quality... a wine of power, balance and distinction. Really good wine" - The Wine Front, 93 points   SPECIAL (20% OFF)   $36.95 per bottle

2009 Wantirna Estate Lily Pinot Noir       Elegant, supple, silky, seamless, beautifully structured and lingering, the wine simply caresses the senses. All class - the veritable iron fist in a velvet glove; "A beautiful wine to drink... silken and seamless... delicious wine of clear class" - The Wine Front, 93+ points      $64.95 per bottle

2008 Wantirna Estate Lily Pinot Noir       "A beautifully composed, supple and elegant pinot... velvet-smooth... the palate reveals lingering, pristine and mouthfilling cherry and plum-like flavour wrapped in refreshing acidity... Simply a delicious pinot; very finely balanced and focused" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points      $69.95 per bottle

2003 Wedgetail Estate Pinot Noir      "Oooh yes, sizzlingly good pinot" - The Wine Front, 93 points; James Halliday - 93 points; Jeremy Oliver 92 points     $39.95 per bottle

2007 Wild Rock 'Cupids Arrow' Central Otago Pinot Noir     Great value Central Otago pinot from Craggy Range; "It's full of bottled cherry fruit with just a little spice and a sweet touch to the savoury finish. Impressive at the price point" - Sue Courtney; Geoff Kelly Wine Reviews - 17.0+ points [same or better score than many of the heavyweights in the tasting, e.g. 07 Ata Rangi, 07 Dry River, 07 Pegasus Bay, 07 Quartz Reef…]    $28.95 per bottle

2009 William Downie Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir      Miniscule quantities available    $65.00 per bottle

2007 Wooing Tree Central Otago Pinot Noir      TWO TROPHIES AND 8 GOLD MEDALS; "Has everything going for it... shows the lush flavours so admired in Central Otago pinots and adds structure and elegance" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 95 points *****; "Gorgeous anise-like spices with silky tannins... It has depth and structure, a lovely perfume and a very smooth finish" - Sue Courtney; "Perfumed, rich and supple... crammed with beautifully ripe cherry and plum flavours" - Michael Cooper *****; "An impressively dense and superbly smooth wine with opulent dark fruit, game and spicy oak flavours" - Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2009, Gold Medal    $59.95 per bottle