Reillys Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

52.00 SGD
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Sommelier's Notes

Reillys Wines, a proudly South Australian owned and operated winery since 1993 which specialise in producing premium red and white wines sourced from our estate vineyards in the Clare Valley.


The name Reillys stems from our rich history dating back to 1856 when Irish shoemaker Hugh Reilly settled in the township of Mintaro, building his home 'Reilly's Cottage' from the local slate.


Justin & Julie Ardill With a background in pharmacy and medicine, owner and winemaker Justin Ardill saw an opportunity to indulge his passion for wine by purchasing a small parcel of 12 acres of vineyards in Watervale in 1993. Along with these vineyards, he and wife Julie purchased a humble cottage to be their cellar door and winery on the main street of Mintaro known simply as Reilly’s Cottage. 


It is this building and its 1856 owner Hugh Reilly that inspired the wine label ‘Reillys Wines’. Beginning in 1994 with 10T of fruit, their first wines were created. Of this, 3.6T of Old Bushvine Grenache was crushed, open fermented and basket pressed by hand by Justin and Julie on the verandah of Reillys Cottage. The first vintage yielded 300 dozen of each of Riesling, Shiraz and Old Bushvine Grenache.


Reillys third release Pinot Noir comes from an elevated vineyard within the Adelaide Hills, a region renowned for producing premium cool climate wines. This low yield vineyard produces small grapes with concentrated flavours of cherry and fresh dark fruit. 18 months in French oak hogsheads has given the wine a hint of smokey tobacco and soft tannins. 


Be rewarded with further cellaring until 2025. 


Alcohol Level : 14%


Awards


BRONZE MEDAL ~ 2015 Australian Small Winemakers Show 


Usually Bought Together

REGION: Australia
Appellation: Clare Valley
Region: Australia
Estate: Reillys
Grapes: Pinot Noir
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Specifications
Light and Perfumed Red
concentrated flavours of cherry and fresh dark fruit.
18 months in French oak hogsheads has given the wine a hint of smokey tobacco and soft tannins
16 C
Red meat (Beef, Game)
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