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Pinots We Tasted This Week | Part 5

As 80 Pinots in 80 Days comes to an end on the 30th of July, we take a look at some of the final wines our Pinot Pass holders are tasting.
Curly Flat Pinot Noir
From an icon of the Macedon Ranges, it’s hard to go past the Curly Flat Pinot Noir. An elegant concentration of beautiful red fruit characters make this a stunning Pinot Noir
Glaetzer-Dixon ‘Nouveau’ Pinot Noir
Drawing inspiration from the styles of Beaujolais Nouveau, this Glazer-Dixon is based around bright and lifted red berry characters. Fun and approachable – showcasing a slightly different twist on Pinot Noir
Bannockburn Pinot Noir
From the wild child of Geelong, the Bannockburn Pinot embraces the full intensity which can be seen with whole bunch style of Pinot Noir. A stunning example of Pinot Noir which pushes the boundaries on people’s perceptions at times.
Thanks to everyone who took part. We’ve loved having you at Meat Fish Wine! Please come and join us for  the final 2 weeks of this fantastic event. Even if you don’t have a pass, you can still purchase Pinots by the glass.
For those who missed out, our wine bar is open from noon to late and boasts an award winning wine list, featuring over 700 approachable and premium wines. We’re constantly adding new wines from Australia and around the world, with many available by the glass. Come and find your favourite!