Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 3

Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 3

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 $50!
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.
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. 
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
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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