Clearance Pinot Noir – 2021
“You can’t please everyone, you’re not this pinot noir”
Attractive notes of ripe berry fruit, fresh cherries and hint of spiced plum. Slightly earthy and perfectly balanced, this pinot noir is a vibrant and easy-drinking drop.
Sorry you missed out this time! We sold out in 1 hour! To soften the blow, here’s a 20% off code for other purchases: SOFTEN20
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Attention wine lovers! Do you want to try a delicious Pinot Noir without breaking the bank?
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There’s absolutely nothing wrong with this wine, we’ve just moved on to selling 2022 stock.
So act fast, because we only have 25 x 12 packs available! This will sell out, quickly.
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Made to drink and enjoy, we recommend 10 minutes in the fridge before opening on a hot summer day or serve at room temperature all year round. Our top food pairings would be grilled salmon in a Beurre Blanc Sauce with Sweet Potato Chips and a crisp Iceberg salad. A duck salad with rocket and pear is a refreshing change on the classic duck and pinot pairing. A mushroom and thyme pizza is our go-to veg match.
Pick of the bunch: Compte, Brie, Camembert
Vegan pick: The Vegan Dairy, Red Bell Pepper
The Moorabool Valley is continental in nature, close to the Southern Ocean and dry in summer. This unique cool climate gives our wines full ripeness and beautiful finesse. We have 90 acres of pinot noir which include seven different pinot noir clones, each bringing a unique flavour. When combined, they produce a well-rounded wine with great depth of flavour, good structure, balance and aromatic richness.
The 2022 growing season threw many challenges (hailstorms, severe rain, earthquake!!). Luckily, we dodged several the major weather events and overall had a successful vintage. Pruning was completed in August and later than usual bud-burst was combined with some extensive rainfall throughout September and October. 2021 had the highest October
rainfall on record, with 118 mls of rain (one single day of 35mls). The weather gods were kind from February onwards, with consistent ripening weather and lovely cool nights to optimize flavour development. The soil retained plenty of moisture from the consistent rain, which facilitated ripening without putting the vines under stress.