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Category Archives: Australian Pinot Noir

Whose Pinot Reigns Supreme? Australia versus New Zealand

Acqua Panna Global Wine Experience, Saturday, 9 March 2013 When New Zealand winemakers’ Blair Walter (Felton Road) and Nick Mills (Rippon) opened their address with a very loud and captivating rendition of the Maori Haku, the stage was set for a …

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50 Wines to Try in 2013: No. 5 – Pooley Wines Coal River Pinot Noir 2011

2012 was a big year for the family-run Coal River Valley winery Pooley Wines. At the prestigious Royal Melbourne Wine Show the Pooley Wines Coal River Pinot Noir 2011 won the hotly contested Douglas Seabrook Trophy for the best single-vineyard …

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Bass Phillip Pinot Noir: “Pushing the boundaries of Australian Pinot Noir Greatness.”

In light of one of my earlier posts, Cellaring Australian Pinot Noir: How long do they last? I was interested to read that Bass Phillip’s proprietor Phillip Jones is most emphatic that good pinot noirs can last a very long …

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