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Giant Steps Pinot Noir 2017 Yarra Valley - 6 Pack

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$30.00 / Bottle x 6

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The Yarra Valley range is made from handpicked fruit from all of our estate vineyards. The wines are produced using indigenous yeasts, gravity-flow winemaking, and minimal fining and filtration. This approach produces highly expressive wines, true to the regional characteristics of the Yarra Valley.


Minimal intervention in the vineyard. 100% hand-picked. Indigenous yeast. Fermented in 4000L open oak vats. Delestage by gravity, some light hand plunges and pigeage. 100% malolactic fermentation. No filtration at bottling.


An intricate blend of delicious parcels. Powerful, lifted aromas of cherries, blue and red fruits are complemented by underlying savory, gamey characters. Forest floor flavors carry onto the medium bodied palate which is lush, elegant and broad. Supple yet present tannins will support cellaring for at least ten years.

Additional Information

Brand Giant Steps Wines
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Vintage 2017*
Region Yarra Valley
Varieties Pinot Noir
Alcohol 14%
Cellaring N/A
Vintage Note *Vintage may vary. Every effort is made to ensure the current vintage is displayed, however variations can occur.

This product includes :

  • 6 x Giant Steps Pinot Noir 2017 Yarra Valley

92 Points - Vintage 2015, Huon Hooke, Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide, July 2016

"A balanced pinot loaded with charm. The colour is bright and deep; the aromas lavishly sweet, ripe and cherry-like. Rich, fragrant and seductive, all at a good price. Delightful."

94 Points - Vintage 2015, Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front, April 2016

"The first release of a new “Yarra Valley range” out of Giant Steps… Hand picked, wild yeast, no fining or filtration. The winemaking doesn’t sound compromised, and nor does the shape and flavour of the wine in the mouth. It’s sour-sweet in a positive way, ripped with dry herbs and cherry-plum, with cranberry and crushed dry spice notes aplenty. It’s succulent, it’s tangy, it’s spicy and yet it’s firm and strong. It speaks of a top-notch vintage, and producer."