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The guy who helps out at Hoddles Creek making his own pinot noir and chardonnay, selling the stuff at $20, but pretty much applying the same sort of philosophy to the whole project… you do the maths. This is top five best value for money wine I’ve seen in 12 months….. Produced with some of the nous of Hoddles Creek, but individually styled and sourced from selected sites. Mike Bennie (The Wine Front)

You're out with friends, you want to drink well but also go home with money in your wallet. This fits the bill, as it were. Supple juicy fruit, tangy cherries and pips, a whiff of oak spice, soft tannins and drinkability by the bucket load. Drink by: 2022; Price: $20.00; Date Tasted: Jan 2017; Alcohol: 13.4%; Rating: 92 Points & Special Value Star; Jane Faulkner; James Halliday Wine Companion

More superb value from the assistant winemaker at Hoddles Creek. Peppery spice, faint balsamic, rose petal, cherries, maraschino. Juicy, plush, soft and gently sweet in the palate. Good length, freshness, vitality. Just lovely. Price: $20; Closure: Screwcap; Rating: 92 Points; Mike Bennie; The Wine Front

Chris Bendle is a winemaker at Hoddles Creek Estate. It’s apt then that for his own label he has produced a value-killing pinot noir that you really should, if pinot noir is your thing, track down and buy in volume. It smells magic, it tastes juicy and varietal, and it boasts the kind of ‘prettiness’ that makes pinot lovers swoon. It’s desperately good pinot buying.  Campbell Mattinson, 25 Great Reds Under $30; Halliday Wine Companion Magazine

Spicy, smoky, complex bouquet, and a soft, rich, deep palate, which has good weight and length. Generous complexity for a wine of this vintage. Medium-bodied. 20% whole bunches. Delicious, and amazing value. (1,000 cases made. From Chris Bendle, assistant winemaker at Hoddles Creek Estate) Drink: 2017 to 2026; Price: $24.00; Alcohol: 13.5%; Rating: 92 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review




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