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This wine shows just how well Pinot Noir travels when not in its spiritual home of Burgundy in France, making itself very at home in South Australia.
This is bright and fresh with red cherry fruit, silky soft too.
Gorgeous with roast chicken or even tuna steaks.
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 1 year
This delicious Australian Pinot Noir is an example of the classic French grape at its best. This wine takes its name from the Overland Telegraph Stations built in 1872 between Port August in the south and Darwin in the north, which connected Australia with the rest of the world.
The grapes for this wine were grown in the warm, sunny vineyards of South Eastern Australia's Riverland region.