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The Yarra Valley just 45 kilometres east of Melbourne is where Pinot Noir takes pride of place. It is recognised as Australia's foremost cool climate producer capable of making Pinots with intoxicating aromas, unparalleled complexity with amazing length and flavour. The collection features 3 bottles each of 4 different examples from 4 renowned producers which has scored 92 Points or better from Australia's leading Wine Critics.

3 bottles        Hoddles Creek Pinot Noir 2015
3 bottles        Seville Estate The Barber Pinot Noir 2014
3 bottles        St Huberts The Stag Yarra Pinot Noir 2015
3 bottles        De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Pinot Noir 2015

Hoddles Creek Pinot Noir 2015
Pure raspberry fruit, with some cherry in support, spice, wet earth, pencils and an almost liquorice root perfume. 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. Rating: 94 Points; Drink: 2018-2028+; Price: $22; Date Tasted: April 2016; Alcohol: 13.2%; Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

Seville Estate The Barber Pinot Noir 2014
Bright red with a pale hue. The wine is perfumed showing sour cherries, earthy understones with lifted cinnamon and nutmeg spice. Classic carbonic maceration characters of juicy fruits and all spice burst onto the palate and are nicely matched with some whole bunch savouriness. The wine finishes clean with great acidity and length. A really approachable style that has all the right bits in place. Drink now till 2015 – 2020.

Gold Medal ~ Yarra Valley Wine Show 2015
(95 Points) ~ Yarra Valley Wine Show 2015

St Huberts The Stag Yarra Pinot Noir 2015
Early bottling, and tasting soon thereafter, hasn't robbed the stag of its antlers. Rather it sets the scene for what will be some exceptional pinots from the vintage. It has all the ingredients to flourish in bottle, and needs no excuses for its depth of perfectly balanced plum-infused flavours backed by ripe, fine tannins and a feather duster of French oak. Drink By: 2030; Price: $24.00; Alcohol: 13%; Rating: 95 Points; James Halliday

De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate Pinot Noir 2015
All the parts of the puzzle are here but they’re still a little jumbled. The won’t remain so for long. It’s briary, peppery and sappy but it’s also silken, cherry-plummed and sinewy with tannin. I like everything I see; I just want to see/drink it again in another year or more. Tasted: Feb 2016; Alcohol: 13.5%; Price: $30; Closure: Screwcap; Drink: 2017-2024; Rating: 92 Points; Campbell Mattinson - The Wine Front

 

 

 

 

 

 

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