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Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 2

We’re officially one third of the way through 80 Pinots in 80 Days.

This week, Meat Fish Wine presented our pass holders with wines from Yarra Valley, Murray Darling and the Mornington Peninsula.

Want to join our Pinot Club? Get your pass today for the special price of $60! Only a few limited passes available.

Mon 23/05 -Paradigm Hill ‘L’Ami Sage’ Pinot Noir

“The Wise Friend”. From a stunning estate down on the Mornington Peninsula, George Mihaly, and his wife Ruth, came to winemaking a little bit later in life. After an illustrious career as a medical scientist, George discovered his next love in life as a winemaker and vigneron. A man of science, who does not want to intervene when not necessary in the winemaking process, producing some incredible bottles of wine.

Tues 24/05 – Trentham Estate Pinot Gris

Young, vibrant and fresh. Hailing from the Murray Darling region (NSW), this approachable and easy drinking style of Pinot Gris showcases a lovely pear and apple character.

Wed 25/05 – By Farr ‘Farrside’ Pinot Noir

In the Australian world of Pinot Noir, few names come much bigger than that of Gary and Nick Farr. Based in Geelong, the Farr father and son combination produce beautifully distinct wines which they aim to have speaking of their site. Quite the fans of whole bunch in their winemaking, they’ve become masters of the style. A fantastic wine, up amongst some of Australia’s best.

Thurs 26/05 – Wild Oats Pinot Grigio

The great late Robert Oatley was a huge fan of wine and as such created a number of labels to fall under his banner. Clean and refreshing with a lively acidity, it shows a true Italian style and influence with the Grigio-esque characters coming through well.


Get your pass and start tasting some great Pinots with us at Meat Fish Wine.

See what we tasted last week here.


  1. […] Here’s what our Pinot Pass holders were sipping on this week at Meat Fish Wine. If you’d like to join our Pinot Club and taste a different Pinot every day until the end of July, you can purchase a pass here. We’ve released a limited number of passes for the special price of $60! Monday  JL Wolf Pinot Noir Germany’s not always the first place that people think of when they think of Pinot Noir but there are some incredible examples coming out. Known locally as Spätburgunder across Germany, this example shows a good concentration of fruit flavours with a subtle earthiness.   Tuesday Mayer ‘Bloody Hill’ Pinot Noir  In terms of Yarra Valley cult producers, it hardly comes any more highly regarded than Timo Mayer. The winemaker behind Gembrook Hill as well as his eponymous label, he makes his signature wines with a beautiful degree of freshness with quite high, but balanced, levels of whole bunch to the winemaking.    Wednesday Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir One of the benchmark producers of the Yarra Valley, the wines of Innocent Bystander strike a beautiful balance between fruit forwardness and earthy, savoury notes. Freshness and approachability with a stunning core of pure fruit   Thursday Block 50 Pinot Grigio Crisp and fresh, with a green apple and nashi pear centre; the Block 50 Pinot Grigio has a great line of acid and driving freshness to the wine. Delicious and enjoyable! See what we were drinking last week here. […]

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