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95 Points
Gold Medal
5 Stars Bob Campbell MW
5 Stars Michael Cooper
5 Stars
  • Closure: Screw Cap
  • Unit: Each
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Alcohol: 13.0%
  • Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
  • Natural: Vegan Friendly

Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $64.99.

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Gold Medal – Dish Magazine's Top Pinot Noirs of 2023

Winery notes (2019 Vintage)
"Mature vines and meticulous viticulture have fashioned a single vineyard Pinot Noir the expressed the unique personality of its site. The clay-based soils of our Clay Hills Vineyard in the Southern Valleys of Marlborough allow us to craft a rich structures and complex Pinot Noir.

This wine has aromas of cassis, ripe dark cherries, toasted spices and savoury notes. The mid-palate shows fruit sweetness, while generous but fine-grained tannins contribute to a lingering elegant finish."

5 Stars Michael Cooper, July 2022 (2019 Vintage)
"Already very expressive, the 2019 vintage is a single-vineyard red, grown in the Southern Valleys and matured in French oak casks. Deep ruby, with a hint of development, it is mouthfilling, with strong, ripe cherry plum and spice flavours, hints of herbs and nuts, fresh acidity and supple tannins. Savoury, complex and finely structured, it's a drink-now or cellaring proposition."

5 Stars & 95/100 Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review, December 2022 (2019 Vintage)
"Fragrant wine with floral/red rose, violet, cherry, plum and spice/anise flavours. Supple, elegant wine with good varietal identity. Charming red that is deliciously drinkable now. Nicely layered flavours. It has pinosity."

92/100 (2019 Vintage)
"Aromas of cherries, forest wood and baking spices. Medium-bodied with fresh acidity and sleek tannins. Layered, with a velvety texture. Slightly chewy and austere with a savoury finish."

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If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your order or you suspect that it may be affected by a quality issue, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will remedy the problem straight away. Contact us on (03) 3655134.

Note, for orders of 1 - 2 bottles we charge an additional $5 for packaging. To ensure the safety of the bottles we use specially designed posting boxes.

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Nautilus Estate's dedicated and forward-thinking team of viticulturists and winemakers have a very particular approach to their craft: they carefully blend various fruit parcels to create wines with intricate layers of complexity and put a special emphasis on enhancing their texture and mouthfeel. To achieve this, they are equipped with state-of-the-art, albeit small-scale, winemaking facilities that provide the necessary tools and precision.

While Nautilus wines are certainly enjoyable on their own, their true potential shines when paired with delectable cuisine. Winemaker Clive Jones places a significant emphasis on crafting wines that harmonise seamlessly with food, making it one of Nautilus' core philosophies.

At Nautilus, simplicity is a guiding principle, reflected in a small friendly team. A smaller team size allows each member to be fully engaged in the winemaking process from start to finish. It also affords Clive, the winemaker, the opportunity to dedicate his time to the art of winemaking rather than the management of a large workforce. It's an intentionally hands-on approach!

Excellent winery facilities grant Nautilus Estate the freedom to harvest grapes at their peak ripeness rather than being constrained by logistical considerations. This level of control extends to aspects such as the degree of extraction – the color and flavour – obtained from the grape skins.

Being a family-owned vineyard, they have the privilege of drawing upon generations of experience in the ever-evolving world of wine production. Owner, Robert Hill Smith, represents their fifth generation of family vintners, a lineage underscoring a commitment to a cautious, long-term approach. Changes are only implemented if they enhance the quality of their wines.

Nautilus invites you to savour a relaxed and informal wine tasting experience at their beautifully renovated cellar door tasting bar. Here, Guests have the chance to sample wines from their current selection and fully appreciate the fruits of Nautilus Estate's labours of love.
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