Category Archives: Pinot Noir

2017 Windowrie Family Reserve Pinot Noir

My wife and I are drinking more and more Pinot Noir these days.  Not that we are drinking less of the other red varieties, it’s just that during the warmer months, Pinot is less weighty for our palates to have … Continue reading

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2018 Resolution Vineyard Pinot Noir

Boy and girl go to a vineyard in 2011. Boy and girl love the pinot noir and the views from the vineyard. Boy and girl decide to get married at said vineyard in 2012. Boy and girl help out at … Continue reading

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Clemens Hill Vineyard & Wines

My wife and I are ‘view’ people.  By that I mean we like a view of most things, whether it be the ocean, rivers, mountains, valleys or vineyards.  Speaking of views, valleys and vineyards, you need to make an appointment (by … Continue reading

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2017 Maclean Bay Pinot Noir

Quite often I’ve read about doctors, lawyers, bankers, accountants and others in similar professions buying or establishing a vineyard as an investment and/or tax write off.  I have nothing against them (as a matter of fact I thank them) for … Continue reading

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2015 Clemens Hill Old Clones Pinot Noir

The Coal River Valley is close, it’s not very far. We go there often, a leisurely drive in our car. The Pinots are great they consistently shine through, with colour, perfume whether they’re old or new. This Clemens Hill example … Continue reading

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2017 Castle Rock Porongurup Pinot Noir

I’d like to say first up that I think Pinot Noir should always be made true to the variety.  By this I mean Pinot Noir when it is made needs to taste like a Pinot Noir and express its place … Continue reading

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2016 Grava Martinborough Pinot Noir

When I visit a wine region familiar to me but one I have never visited before, various things attract me to a winery.  It could be a familiar winery whose wines I’ve never tried, it could be the name of … Continue reading

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