The 2013 Bloody Hill Pinot Noir is pretty up there as a stellar example of an earthy, savoury wine. There is no filtration and minimal handling of the grapes, so what you end up with in your glass is a good dose of the Yarra Valley.
The name of this wine comes from the expression you hear from anyone working the steep slopes of Mt Toolebewoong, where these pinot vines grow.
Priced at around $28 a bottle, this is well worth forking out the funds for a taste of Aussie pinot terroir.
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