search iconHairydogfavorite iconcart icon
Hairydog
Clear
close icon
Favouritesfavorite icon
Hairydog
cart icon
$0.00
in your cart
search iconHairydogfavorite iconcart icon
Hairydog
Clear
close icon
Favouritesfavorite icon
Hairydog
cart icon
$0.00
in your cart
AnimalePinot Noir 750ml
<p>They say, "The Pinot noir is a blend of vineyards from the Upper and Lower Yarra Valley, as well as a blend of juicy carbonic fruit and more restrained destemmed ferments.&nbsp;It is a pure Yarra, Pinot expression showing cherry and red berry flavours followed by a detailed savoury finish."</p><p>The low-yeilding Highbow Vineyard and&nbsp;Yarra Station are both in the lower valley and make up the lions share, while Primavera is in the upper, Woori Yallock subregion and contributed just 9% of the blend.</p><p>The Highbow&nbsp;and Primavera batches were completely destemmed and fermented for around&nbsp;20 days with a light pump-over every day, followed by a few plunges towards the end of maceration.</p><p>The wines were separately pressed to old hogsheads for malo and maturation.&nbsp;</p><p>The fruit from Yarra Station&nbsp;(54%) was fermented as whole bunches for approximately 12 days. After a few light stomps it was pressed to stay on light lees in old 500 L puncheons and barriques. Malolactic completed over a few months, and the the three wines were racked together and returned to barrel for a further month without sulphur.&nbsp;</p><p>Finally it&nbsp;was racked lightly again to tank prior to a light sulphur addition in preparation for bottling. No fining or filtration.</p>
$23.90
single
$280.00
12 case

They say, "The Pinot noir is a blend of vineyards from the Upper and Lower Yarra Valley, as well as a blend of juicy carbonic fruit and more restrained destemmed ferments. It is a pure Yarra, Pinot expression showing cherry and red berry flavours followed by a detailed savoury finish."

The low-yeilding Highbow Vineyard and Yarra Station are both in the lower valley and make up the lions share, while Primavera is in the upper, Woori Yallock subregion and contributed just 9% of the blend.

The Highbow and Primavera batches were completely destemmed and fermented for around 20 days with a light pump-over every day, followed by a few plunges towards the end of maceration.

The wines were separately pressed to old hogsheads for malo and maturation. 

The fruit from Yarra Station (54%) was fermented as whole bunches for approximately 12 days. After a few light stomps it was pressed to stay on light lees in old 500 L puncheons and barriques. Malolactic completed over a few months, and the the three wines were racked together and returned to barrel for a further month without sulphur. 

Finally it was racked lightly again to tank prior to a light sulphur addition in preparation for bottling. No fining or filtration.

Style
Light, Dry Reds
Varietal
Pinot Noir
Region
Yarra Valley
Country
Australia
ABV
12.5%
Container
Bottle
<p>They say, "The Pinot noir is a blend of vineyards from the Upper and Lower Yarra Valley, as well as a blend of juicy carbonic fruit and more restrained destemmed ferments.&nbsp;It is a pure Yarra, Pinot expression showing cherry and red berry flavours followed by a detailed savoury finish."</p><p>The low-yeilding Highbow Vineyard and&nbsp;Yarra Station are both in the lower valley and make up the lions share, while Primavera is in the upper, Woori Yallock subregion and contributed just 9% of the blend.</p><p>The Highbow&nbsp;and Primavera batches were completely destemmed and fermented for around&nbsp;20 days with a light pump-over every day, followed by a few plunges towards the end of maceration.</p><p>The wines were separately pressed to old hogsheads for malo and maturation.&nbsp;</p><p>The fruit from Yarra Station&nbsp;(54%) was fermented as whole bunches for approximately 12 days. After a few light stomps it was pressed to stay on light lees in old 500 L puncheons and barriques. Malolactic completed over a few months, and the the three wines were racked together and returned to barrel for a further month without sulphur.&nbsp;</p><p>Finally it&nbsp;was racked lightly again to tank prior to a light sulphur addition in preparation for bottling. No fining or filtration.</p>

They say, "The Pinot noir is a blend of vineyards from the Upper and Lower Yarra Valley, as well as a blend of juicy carbonic fruit and more restrained destemmed ferments. It is a pure Yarra, Pinot expression showing cherry and red berry flavours followed by a detailed savoury finish."

The low-yeilding Highbow Vineyard and Yarra Station are both in the lower valley and make up the lions share, while Primavera is in the upper, Woori Yallock subregion and contributed just 9% of the blend.

The Highbow and Primavera batches were completely destemmed and fermented for around 20 days with a light pump-over every day, followed by a few plunges towards the end of maceration.

The wines were separately pressed to old hogsheads for malo and maturation. 

The fruit from Yarra Station (54%) was fermented as whole bunches for approximately 12 days. After a few light stomps it was pressed to stay on light lees in old 500 L puncheons and barriques. Malolactic completed over a few months, and the the three wines were racked together and returned to barrel for a further month without sulphur. 

Finally it was racked lightly again to tank prior to a light sulphur addition in preparation for bottling. No fining or filtration.

AnimalePinot Noir 750ml
$23.90
single
0
$280.00
per case of 12
0
Subtotal
$0.00
Style
Light, Dry Reds
Varietal
Pinot Noir
Region
Yarra Valley
Country
Australia
ABV
12.5%
Container
Bottle
Your recent order # has been received and will be processed shortly. If you have any questions send us a message.