Maligned by some and revered by others, Pinot Noir certainly is divisive, but we all love it at WD. The truth is, it’s a bugger of a grape to grow well, that’s in the handful of regions that can actually grow it well and it's harder still to turn into something worth drinking. But when you combine grapes that have been lovingly tended with a winemaker worth their salt, something ethereal, almost transcendent transpires. We have spent many an eve discussing life, the universe and everything with a bottle of Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula or, indeed, Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir at the table… and the answers to the questions posed are always more profound in the presence of this most noble of grape varieties.
Sensual, supple, lithe, fleshy, meaty and mushroomy. A generous, silken beast loaded with fig and date and fungus and soft, fuzzy tannins with just a waft of beetroot. Decadently awaiting your palate.... Learn More
This is a bright and freshly fruited pinot made from MV6 and the famed 777 clone. In spite of its freshness the fruit is deep, offering cherries and plum and the finish a relatively soft bed of tannins.... Learn More
Finesseful yet powerful. Playful yet brooding. Plenty of florals here with a spiced and silken palate giving way to a finely tannic finish. Delicious now but good for cellaring such is its... Learn More
This is from the Windmill vineyard and produced using wholebunch fruit only. Production is miniscule. Awesome sinuous fruit and structure, a hint of charcoal from the oak and exceptionally intense fruit and length. Decant before... Learn More
This is from the Windmill vineyard and produced using about 20% wholebunch fruit. It is intense with strawberries, cherry, spice and quality French oak all in play. Tannins are firm and plentiful without overshadowing the fruit. A cracking Pinot Noir produced in tiny... Learn More
An Adelaide Hills Pinot channelling the Yarra Valley! Plush perfumed fruit here leading a super silky palate. Blue and purple perfumes lead to a palate with more of the same, then made more serious with tobacco, black cherries and a fine line of tannins. A playful and quite complex... Learn More