1x 2015 Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir (18.5/20 Raymond Chan, 93 points James Suckling; 91 points Mike Bennie) - Aromatically this wine offers layers of flavours: violets, dark cherry and plum, notes of bitter chocolate and tobacco with a faint whiff of rabbit guts. There is a fresh vibrancy on the palate of acid and smooth tannins pulling the wine through to a long, salivating finish.
1x 2015 De Bortoli Riorret Lusatia Park Pinot (96 points James Halliday) - Light to medium colour with green edge. Minerally, delicate, oatmeal and fine. Tightly structured, brioche, almond, super dry and a classic briny finish.
1x 2015 Little Yarra Pinot Noir (95 points James Halliday; 95 points Campbell Mattinson) - Highly perfumed with an elegance and vibrancy that's characteristic of the vintage, the fruit is plump without being bulky, and is held together by a gentle tug of tannin.
1x 2015 Pierre Chermette Vissoux Les Griottes Beaujolais (95 points and winner of the "Great Gamay Tasting" Gourmet Traveller Wine; 95 points Huon Hooke) - Naturally fermented and raised in a mix of the family's ancient concrete vats and steel, this gives you a great insight into the vintage with a lifted fragrance of market-fresh berries, lilac and cherrystone. In the mouth there is wonderful, sweet flesh and mouth-watering freshness.
1x 2016 Hughes & Hughes Tasmanian Pinot Noir (93 points Campbell Mattinson) - Fruit sourced from the east, the north and the south. The finished wine has a vibrant ruby colour and great crunchy red fruit and floral aromas. The palate has soft tannins with good acidity and length.
1x 2016 Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir (94 points Nick Stock; 91 points Mike Bennie) - A regional selection of premium vineyards produce this vibrant style of Pinot Noir with classic strawberry and cherry fruits. A small percentage of whole bunch fermentation provides spice and structure to this joyful wine.