James Suckling wine reviews:  issued June 28th 2019


Reviewer: Nick Stock


“Pinot noir drinkers have much to celebrate in Australian as the quality is high but most importantly the value represented by these wines sets them apart on a global playing field. There are almost too many producers to mention here but pinot is one of the strongest examples of the move towards vineyard-driven quality and style in today’s Australian wine. We rated and reviewed almost 300 pinot noir wines here and the top score goes to the 2017 Bass Phillip Reserve from Gippsland (98 points), edging out the 2018 Murdoch Hill Phaeton and 2018 Giant Steps Wombat Creek, both scoring 97 points.”







Review of our Top 3 Pinot Noir's of 2016

by James Halliday for The Australian 


2016 Estate Pinot Noir        98 points

2016 Premium Pinot Noir   97 points

2016 Reserve Pinot Noir     99 pointshalliday-australian-review.jpg