Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 4

Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 4

Have you heard about our Pinot Club?
A Meat Fish Wine Pinot Pass will give you the chance to try a host of old and new world Pinots, every day until the end of July. If you want to be a part of our club, we’ve released a limited number of Pinot Passes for the special price of $50 – hurry, get yours and start tasting with us today.
From now until the  end of July 30th, we’ll be featuring wines from local winemakers we love in the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and further afield. Here are some favourites that our Pinots pass-holders tasted this week:
Francois Labet Bourgogne Rouge
The beauties of Burgundy. From a producer most famously connected with Chateau de la Tour, this quite earthy and rustic styling of Bourgogne Pinot Noir showcases the true greatness of the producer without having to pay close to $1,000 a bottle for his Grand Cru bottlings!
Coldstream Hills ‘The Esplanade’ Pinot Noir
One of the benchmark producers out of the Yarra Valley. Coming from the Syme Vineyard and overlooking the Woori Yallock Creek, ‘The Esplanade’ has a beautiful generosity of fruit character complimented by a subtlety of oak and spice notes.
Read about the other wines our Pinot club has tasted here and here.
To get your pass, visit


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