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  • We deliver via Australia Post who use contact free delivery practices
  • Winter 2020 SIX pack special. $172 including delivery. One of each of our wines plus one of your choice.

Brinktop Pinot Noir 2017
As James Halliday said, “this isn’t a wine to be trifled with.  It’s complex bouquet and palate providing a full-on savoury Pinot”. So it can handle a little flavour and spice and drinks well with Wursthaus sausages – lamb Murguez, beef & tomato or Tuscan pork.  BBQ lamb chops or a 12 month old Manchego cheese.

Brinktop KILLARA Pinot Noir 2017
A classic Pinot Noir that goes well with all the classic Pinot Noir matches.  Anything duck or mushroom.  A Frogmore Creek duck and pinot pie! A Heidi Tilsit cheese. Drink it before dinner, with dinner or after dinner but be sure to swirl it well in the glass and enjoy the aromas and savour the moment. Order now if you would like some as this one has almost sold out.

Brinktop Tempranillo 2017
This wine is settling down nicely after three years in the bottle.  Smooth and savoury and full of flavour.  A steak on the BBQ, a Spanish tortilla (think a little paprika) or some Taleggio after dinner. Also, almost sold out.

Brinktop Pinot Noir 2018
The fruit for this wine was grown on cool un-irrigated slopes of the Mount Wellington foothills near Kingston.  It was picked relatively early and has slightly lower alcohol than our other Pinot Noirs (13.3%).  A lighter style with good intensity and length.  This is your go to Pinot Noir for lunch or an afternoon drink or pre-dinner. A great match with Tassie salmon cooked on the BBQ or in the pan.  We enjoy it with Persian Feta bruschetta or panzanella.

Brinktop Sparkling Rose 2015
Made from 100% pinot noir, a BLUSH of pink, soft MOUSSE, BRIOCHE aromas, STRAWBERRY palate, 4 years on lees and bottled January 2020

 

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