Macedon Ranges, Port Phillip

Passing Clouds

Estate Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir 2017

Surprisingly full bodied Pinot; raspberry, hints of chocolate. Very enjoyable. — a month ago

Bindi

Block 5 Pinot Noir 2015

Stu
9.5

Might be my favourite block 5 ever - beautiful balanced superb drinking — 4 months ago

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Bindi

Dixon Pinot Noir 2017

Classic Pinot - delicious. — 9 months ago

Domaine Epis

Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir 2007

Always one of my favorites. Not the greatest vintage but still delightful at 14 years old. Thoroughly enjoyed it! — a year ago

Bindi

Original Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

Family home for Christmas so these are brief notes. Tawny notes to the colour when poured. Aromatic red fruits strawberry and cherry - light to medium weight palate. This Pinot was a cut above the normal even for a quality producer like Bindi. An undergrowth briary note which adds interest. We thoroughly enjoyed drinking this. I buy Bindi every year for good reasons. — 2 months ago

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Curly Flat

Macedon Ranges Chardonnay 2019

Not shy, this one. An upfront riot of aromas and flavour, with citrus, mandarin, nougat and oak influence with good weight and a luscious texture. — 6 months ago

Sam Marshmallow
with Sam

Cobaw Ridge

Syrah 2015

Whole bunch/green component coming through strongly. Old world weight and taste - peppery and spicy. Good pure fruit, but needs time to blend with the tannin and herbaceous notes. — a year ago

Bindi

Quartz Macedon Ranges Chardonnay 2015

Pale to mid lemon with a steely edge in colour. Citrus, grapefruit and under ripe stone fruit on the palate with a hint of nougat. All the minerality you would expect from this Quartz strewn vineyard. An excellent well made Chardonnay from this unique site - finishing with a touch of salinity. Certainly in the conversation discussing Australia’s top Chardonnays. — 2 months ago

Daniel, Peter and 15 others liked this

Curly Flat

Pinot Noir 2012

Surprised it’s been over four years since I last tasted this vintage. And hasn’t it developed! Much more towards savoury and charcuterie flavours now, although some dark cherry remains. Slightly drying finish, faintly reminiscent of cocoa. It’s certainly much softer and mature than I recall, moving into its autumnal phase. Drink soon, I’d say. — 5 months ago

Sam Marshmallow
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Joshua Cooper

Doug's Vineyard-Romsey Pinot Noir 2020

It felt like extinguished fireworks when opened
Then it moves on the fruit, the mineral and the fun
Light and enjoyable
Perhaps not long living
— a year ago

Matt, Chris and 9 others liked this