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February Premium Pack 2024 - Mini Premium Pinot Pack

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    Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021 375ml

    2021 was a vintage of exceptional quality.  A wet winter, mild spring and temperate summer produced wines that will live long in the memory and in the cellar.  The wines are fine, focused, beautifully balanced and above all, utterly delicious. This Single Vineyard Pinot Noir is intense and complex, super fine and silky. 

    A bright and dense crimson colour. The aromas are intense and complex for a young wine - red fruits, raspberry, red currant with dark cherries, coupled with a floral and spicy note. The palate is super fine and silky with layers of flavour and texture leading to a long and bold finish. Cellar for at least five years, and preferably more than 10. TOM CARSON, Winemaker, Yabby Lake

    Paradigm Hill Pinot Noir L'Ami Sage 2020 375ml

    George is winding back his production at Paradigm Hill and that is a real shame but with no new generation to take the lead he will keep at it all-be-it with a reduced output. His 2020's are some of the best in recent years and the Lamis Sage is always the more structured and tightly wound of the two single vineyards so being a half bottle and with a few years under its belt this one is a ripper!

     Intense, enticing darker red fruit aromas followed by the expected savoury, toasty, fleshy and earthy character of this wine For L’ami sage, there is also a generosity together with a long complex and balanced fresh finish. Super fine tannins melt away easily into the gossamer fruit. Lovely drop! 

    Clarence House Reserve Pinot Noir 2021 375ml

    "From a selection from the oldest blocks, planted 1998; 115, 2051 and MV6 clones; 20% whole bunches; matured 12 months in 10% new French oak puncheons. There is a lively, energetic jubilance to this cool season, which sits neatly in the spicy black fruit depth of well-established vines. Whole bunches come to the party with their signature, spicy, floral overtones. Chiselled and linear, it's confidently built for the cellar." 93 points (on the 2021 vintage). HALLIDAY WINE COMPANION

    Domaine Philippe Collotte Marsannay Les Grasses Tetes 2021 375ml

    From two parcels of old vines; one based on Crinoidal limestone (known in France as Calcaire à Entroques), the other Comblanchien.

    This wine is perfumed and pure with real depth, lovely minerality in an elegant and focused style particularly for 2021. These wines from Collotte are getting better and better each year the cooler classic 21's at the estate have hit the mark. Fine velvety tannins mesh nicely with the small foresty-fruit mix carrying it to a long and satisfying finish. Seamless and classy this is all you could want from a wine like this and more.

    Cristom Mount Jefferson Pinot Noir 2021 - 375ml

    I’m incredibly impressed with the 2021s coming from the Cristom Estate, and this one is a perfect example of the phenomenal wines from the vintage. The Mt. Jefferson Estate Pinot Noir was just recently released, but it feels ready to drink now with impeccable balance, structure, and length. Notes of wild huckleberry, toasted anise, perfumed flowers, spiced red plum, and a hint of tangerine zest combine beautifully on the tongue. Delivering perfect balance, mouthwatering acidity, and rounded tannins, this will be a fun wine to watch over the next ten years to see how it evolves with age. Highly recommended (97) INTERNATION WINE REPORT

    Pavelot Savigny les Beaune 2021 375ml


    If you want to see what Savigny can do...you know where to look. Here. NEAL MARTIN, The Wine Advocate

    The Pavelot domaine is right at the top of the price/quality curve. The Burgundy Report

    Lovely definition here on the 2021 and leaning into the more classic vintage in all the best ways. Still a lovely openness to the layered mix of red and black fruits and some mid-palate weight that pushes everything along. Fine supple tannins weave their way throughout and a little spicy note on the finish add a lovely little flourish to the wine. Easy drinking Burgundy but with all the bells and whistles.