Pleasing Pinot Noir! 12 of our favourite Pinot!

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Our Tumbarumba Pinot is an awesome little wine that is the perfect food accompaniment. Can you guess the food match for Pinot before you get to the bottom of this?
The pale, slightly brick red colour is about right for a Pinot with three years of bottle age. The Strawberry Coulis type fruits are complexed by Nutmeg, hints of cedar and classic forest floor characters. The palate is soft and well balanced with a light dusting of tannins. The plummy mid palate fruits are rounded out by just a squeeze of acidity which help to pair this wine beautifully with….DUCK! Well done if you got it go buy some.

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What’s the menu plan? Whole suckling pig with crackling and few salads just to play the part but really, it's all about the pig.