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  1. Tucks Ridge (Mornington Peninsula) 2016 Pinot Noir

    Tucks Ridge (Mornington Peninsula) 2016 Pinot Noir

    $22.50
    We got this gently rich, smooth red when it was being cleared out following the purchase of Tucks Ridge by Montalto. Previously priced at $45 at cellar door, this dark-fruited and gently dry wine is a bargain at just $22.50 and will be delicious drinking over the next four or more years. Ranked at 95 points by James Halliday. Learn More
  2. Monowai Hawkes Bay (NZ) 2013 Pinot Noir

    Monowai Hawkes Bay (NZ) 2013 Pinot Noir

    $17.00
    From a superb vintage, this lovely pinot is smooth and balanced, with gentle, soft red-fruit flavours balanced by almost invisible oak. Lighter bodied, this pinot is very nice and easy drinking from a premier cool climate region of New Zealand. Do try and give it a bit of air so it can open up properly. Good value at $17 a bottle. Learn More
  3. Monterra Vineyards Adelaide Hills (SA) 2013 Pinot Noir

    Monterra Vineyards Adelaide Hills (SA) 2013 Pinot Noir

    $19.00
    From a top region and a great vintage year, this family owned vineyard has produced a supple, smooth and full flavoured wine that actually tastes quite light due to its freshness. This delicious, almost creamy pinot has a taut, solid structure with a soft, gently dry finish – it really is good, solid wine, and a bargain as the vineyard is still selling it for $25. Learn More
  4. Makaraka Estate Central Valley (Chile) 2015 Pinot Noir

    Makaraka Estate Central Valley (Chile) 2015 Pinot Noir

    $13.00
    This smooth and fresher style of pinot from Chile shows good “sappy” pinot characters. Medium bodied with gentle richness balanced by refreshing acidity, this is an easy drinking bargain. Learn More

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