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Hardys Nottage Hill Pinot Grigio

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There are some wines that have reliability written all over them. The Nottage Hill is one of them. It’s hard to think of other Australian wines that offer so much for so little. Made in the crisper, Italian style this wine would be right at home with some takeaway fish and chips. It’s not showy or grand, just easy drinking. Shows aromas of pears and apple and hints of spice, a mouth-watering palate with crisp, clean acids and a dry finish.

Winemaker's Notes

Colour: Pale straw.

Bouquet: Lifted aromas of pear with touches of spice and fresh apple.

Palate: Soft and approachable with nashi pear flavours integrating with mouth-watering acidity giving the palate a refreshing, crunchy texture.

Food: Battered flathead with homemade tartare sauce.

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Hardys Nottage Hill Pinot Grigio

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James Halliday (2012 Vintage) says
A Pale straw-green hue and zesty, taut palate very much confirm a Grigio style rather than gris. ItÍs refreshingly varietal at this bargain price point, defined by crisp, clean lemon juice and crunchy pear flavours, edging into lime zest.
To 2013
Australian Wine Companion 2014 Edition
88
WINESTATE (2010 Vintage) says
Delicate aromas of pears and flower petals with a rich, complex and developed palate.
Winestate Magazine, Mar/Apr 2012
Tyson Stelzer (2009 Vintage) says
It looks like Pinot Grigio, it smells like Pinot Grigio, it tastes like Pinot Grigio and it's ten bucks. In a country where cheap PGs have been grossly underperforming of late, what more would you want? Perhaps a clean, dry finish with a lick of citrus tang and a dob of wild honey? Check.
87
WINESTATE (2009 Vintage) says
Flinty/mineral nose with delicate perfumed aromas and light, savoury palate with musky/floral flavours.
Winestate

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