Tagged with 'Pinot Noir'

Prophet's Rock

prophet's vines

Steep and elevated, the vines of Prophet's Rock are planted on a curious and rare mix of soils that include schist, clay and chalk, giving the wines great detail, freshness and minerailty. To really underline the unique terroir of their Home Block and Rocky Point vineyards, winemaker Paul Pujol uses all the skills he learned working in France's famed Sancerre, Burgundy and Alsace regions - and this shows in both his white and red wines.

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Brilliant Burgundy

Chablis JR

We absolutely love Burgundy here, at The Wine Emporium and this week we are extremely pleased to be able to offer you four cracking examples of delicious, affordable and moreish Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of the region, with the transcendental 2016 Confuron Rouge being the absolute star of this lineup. All the details below!

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2018 Hoddles Creek Pinot Noir

Hoddles Vines

Hoddles Creek Estate was established in 1997 when the D'Anna family decided to plant a vineyard on the property that had been in the family since 1960. Sitting astride Gembrook Road and adjacent Hoddles Creek, its steeply sloping blocks prohibit mechanical harvesting, with both vineyards being hand pruned and harvested to ensure optimal quality. All that hard work does not translate to exorbitant prices though, with their excellent Estate Pinot proving year after year to be an absolute bargain for the quality of the wine. This week we have Franco's cracking 2018 vintage on offer and we are, yet again, very much taken with the wine. Enjoy!

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