Ah Pinot Noir. When it’s great it’s sensational, when it’s bad it’s just expensive.

Cheers TV hosts Dan Sims and Ben Edwards talk through this tricky, moody, wonderful wine variety with some great examples from Tassie, Victoria and NZ.

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Ata Rangi Pinot Noir_small Ata Rangi “Crimson”, 2008

Ben says: “unbelievably easy to drink. 90 point wine but thoroughly delicious”
Point score: 90/100
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Kooyong Pinot Noir 2008 small Kooyong Estate, 2008
Ben says: “in time could be gold medal wine”
Point score: 92/100

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Freycinet Pinot Noir small Freycinet, 2007
Ben says: “will age beautifully”
Dan says: “such an accessible wine”
Point score: 94/100

RRP $67, our price: $59.90

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