Five Noble Fellows wines have arrived on Aussie shores from Marlborough, New Zealand.
Now available through Dan Murphy’s and BWS stores nationally, the range is the latest offering from Pinnacle Drinks.
And it’s already winning awards. The Colonel Kiwi Pinot Noir received a Gold Award at the Melbourne International Wine Competition 2019.
“We are excited to introduce Noble Fellows wines,” said Chris Mattes, merchandise manager, Wine, BWS.
“The grapes in each of the five varieties have been carefully chosen for their intensity of flavour and delicious balance of fruit and acidity, characteristic of this award-winning wine region. With an RRP of $22 per bottle, Noble Fellows offers the delectable taste of a premium wine for an affordable price.”
The Noble Fellows wines include:
Colonel Kiwi Pinot Noir: a deep crimson hue and distinct aromas of red cherries with flavours of spice and plum with a smooth, silky finish.
Mary Bo Peep Sauvignon Blanc: a green tinted hue and fine aromas of tropical passionfruit and citrus, distinct mineral citrus notes and crisp acidity.
Baron Betsy Pinot Gris: a golden hue and fine aromas of pear and apple, underpinned by warm spice notes.
Princess Petunia Rose: a premium blend of quality Marlborough Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, with an abundance of strawberry, bright red cherries and cranberry flavours, followed by a crisp, fine acidity and a long finish.
Von Rockhop Grüner Veltliner: fragrant white peach and almond praline aromas with a flavourful long, dry finish.