May as well be victorian

Pinot Noir - Mt Gambier S.A.

South Australia is internationally famous for Shiraz. This Pinot comes from one of the little pockets of suitable cool areas that are producing very good Pinot.

Most Aussie big red wine drinkers think Pinot is for wusses but for those of us who have discovered the delights of this variety we usually have to pay more than 25 bucks for anything that resembles a varietal Pinot.

Be amazed and try this. It has a bit of body to convince the sceptics that this variety has merit.

Have it with anything from soft cheese to pink roast lamb or just on its own while you cook dinner. The problem is that the bottom of the bottle will appear very quickly!

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