Punt Road Pinot Noir Napoleone Vineyard

Punt Road Pinot Noir Napoleone Vineyard

Wine: Punt Road Pinot Noir ‘Napoleone Vineyard’

Producer: Punt Road

Country: Australia

Region: Yarra Valley

Vintage: 2018

Style: Red

Blend: Pinot Noir 100%

ABV: 13.5%

Size: 75cl

Vegan

 

Notes: The sensual spice notes of this award-winning wine offer a dynamic balance to the brighter fruit hits of raspberry & mulberry & the enticing depth lent by dark chocolate hints. This wine is complex but fresh & made with an admiration for what nature provides. A wine which we highly recommend.

 

Producer Info: Under the guidance of one of Australia’s most up-and-coming, “next-generation” winemakers, Tim Shand, (formerly Giant Steps assistant winemaker, with vintages at Domaine Dujac in Burgundy & Château Margaux in Bordeaux), Punt Road takes pride in making site-driven, exciting wines that reflect the earthiness & personality of the Yarra Valley through minimalist intervention techniques.

Owned by the Napoleone family who migrated from Abruzzo in Italy to Australia in 1926, Joseph Napoleone purchased some land in the Yarra Valley in 1948, which was initially used for fruit farming. Since then, the Napoleone family have steadily invested in acquiring more land including the property at Coldstream, former home to the original St. Hubert’s vineyards & winery.

Dedicated to only selecting fruit from the 150 acres of vineyards on Punt Road’s 300 acre farm, Tim often cites Punt Road’s credential of being one of the oldest sites in the Coldsteam as one of the reasons why he is so committed to producing site-driven, exciting wines that reflect the personality of the Yarra Valley. “We only produce wines from our own vineyard in Coldstream, a deliberate, & to us, significant decision. It gives us the opportunity to put all our focus on our one patch of dirt & provides us with a greater understanding of our site along with 13 vintages of cellar memory to draw on”. — Tim Shand

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Wine: Punt Road Pinot Noir ‘Napoleone Vineyard’

Producer: Punt Road

Country: Australia

Region: Yarra Valley

Vintage: 2018

Style: Red

Blend: Pinot Noir 100%

ABV: 13.5%

Size: 75cl

Vegan

 

Notes: The sensual spice notes of this award-winning wine offer a dynamic balance to the brighter fruit hits of raspberry & mulberry & the enticing depth lent by dark chocolate hints. This wine is complex but fresh & made with an admiration for what nature provides. A wine which we highly recommend.

 

Producer Info: Under the guidance of one of Australia’s most up-and-coming, “next-generation” winemakers, Tim Shand, (formerly Giant Steps assistant winemaker, with vintages at Domaine Dujac in Burgundy & Château Margaux in Bordeaux), Punt Road takes pride in making site-driven, exciting wines that reflect the earthiness & personality of the Yarra Valley through minimalist intervention techniques.

Owned by the Napoleone family who migrated from Abruzzo in Italy to Australia in 1926, Joseph Napoleone purchased some land in the Yarra Valley in 1948, which was initially used for fruit farming. Since then, the Napoleone family have steadily invested in acquiring more land including the property at Coldstream, former home to the original St. Hubert’s vineyards & winery.

Dedicated to only selecting fruit from the 150 acres of vineyards on Punt Road’s 300 acre farm, Tim often cites Punt Road’s credential of being one of the oldest sites in the Coldsteam as one of the reasons why he is so committed to producing site-driven, exciting wines that reflect the personality of the Yarra Valley. “We only produce wines from our own vineyard in Coldstream, a deliberate, & to us, significant decision. It gives us the opportunity to put all our focus on our one patch of dirt & provides us with a greater understanding of our site along with 13 vintages of cellar memory to draw on”. — Tim Shand

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