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The Little Penguin Pinot Noir is ruby red in color, with aromas of strawberries and tart cherries, with pleasant earth undertones. These flavors continue on a smooth and supple palate with warm toasty vanilla ...
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Juicy peach and pineapple with hints of honey on the nose.
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Food friendly with plenty of soft, fresh red fruit flavour. Aroma:Very pretty and appealing notes of wild strawberries & raspberries. Flavour:Here we have the lightest weight red wine in the [yellow tail] ...
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The bouquet shows sweet strawberry fruit aromas with hints of spice and delicate oak characters in the background. The palate is elegant, creamy and soft with lively yet subtle cherry and strawberry flavors. ...
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Vibrant, ripe, cherry red in color. Inviting aromasof sweet raspberry, dark cherry and bramble leaf on the nose. A delicate soft layer of sweet, red berry fruits overlays a subtle savoury layer of olives ...
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This fine wine is a Australian Still Wine vintage from South Eastern Australia produced by Wyndham Estate that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from South Australia produced by Rosemount Estate and is a Australian Still Wine 2012 vintage that is 750ml.
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This fine wine is a Australian Still Wine 2014 vintage from Tasmania Coal River produced by Tolpuddle Vineyard that is 750ml.
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Vibrant cherry and raspberry flavors. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. Long flavourful finish.
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This high end wine is a Australian Still Wine 2013 vintage from South Australia Mounty Lofty Ranges produced by Shaw & Smith that is 750ml.
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This fine wine is a Australian Still Wine 2014 vintage from Victoria Port Phillip produced by Shoofly that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Australian Still Wine vintage from Victoria produced by Robert Oatley that is 750ml.
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TASTESpicy and aromatic, layered with sour cherry fruit flavours and stylish oak, with a refined finishSMELLFresh yet savoury, with lifted summer berry fruits, elements of exotic spices, and integrated ...
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The feral foxes that inhabit the Adelaide Hills have developed an appetite for grapes and can often be found eating low hanging bunches during vintage. We’re not fussed though as these bushy tailed ...
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Pinot noir is a difficult” grape; to grow, to deal with in the winery and to find truly fine examples of. Great pinot noir creates a lasting impression on the palate and in the memory. Its aroma is ...
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