Our 2016 Pinot Noir has a rich nose of black cherries and spicy plums, a savoury palate with charry vanilla oak and a full body. The finish is spicy and long with hints of cloves and dark chocolate to round off the experience of this very special new-comer to the list of great Peninsula Pinots. Traditionally, Pinot Noir is one of the most versatile wine styles for matching with food to enhance the combined experience of food and beverage. The 2016 Bittern Estate will compliment a wide range of food from stir-fries to roast meats but is partially suited to meats like duck, venison or lamb and will combine admirably with many Asian styles of cooking without overpowering the subtle flavours of traditional herbs and spices. For best enjoyment, serve between 12 and 15˚C after allowing at least 30 minutes to breath.
2016 Bittern Estate Pinot Noir
1 bottle - 2016 Bittern Estate Pinot Noir.