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Lakeside Adelaide Pinot Noir 2020 $63/6pk Delivered (RRP $102) @ Bec Hardy Wines


Australia's best value Pinot Noir? At less than $10/btl shipped, this surely has to be up there.

Pinot Noir was once described to me as the most expensive wine habit that you can acquire, with some of the great, most expensive wines of the world made from this variety. Well, we're bucking the trend with a great value Pinot Noir - one of the most popular products at www.wineshedsale.com.au

Just $63/6pk or $116.10/doz. Lakeside Adelaide Pinot Noir 2020 from James Halliday 5* small, family producer. Less than $10/btl (RRP $17).

Full tasting note -> https://bechardy.com.au/our-wines/pertaringa/lakeside-pinot-...

There are EIGHT other wines (Sparkling, Reds, Whites) and Four Mixed Packs (Mixed, Red and Whites) to choose from - all with an extra 10% off and Free Shipping using the code OZBARGAIN.

Top quality wines at wholesale prices.

Wines ship within 72 hours from our warehouse in McLaren Vale.

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  • Morning RD, how does the 2020 compare to the 2018 and 2019?


      Morning @Damo76. Fairly consistent to be honest. Possibly a little more fruit weight compared to the 2019. Drinking well. Hope that helps. Cheers! RD :-)

  • Pinot Noir is definitely a very expensive habit if you equate it with Burgundy exclusively. Fortunately there are very many Pinot Noir alternatives from all corners of the world allowing you to indulge the habit without a second mortgage! Even in France and not far from the Cote D'Or in the Pays D'Oc there are very credible Pinot Noirs at a fraction of the Burgundy prices. Just Google 'Pinot Noir Beyond Burgundy' and chose from a raft of advice. (Hint: Outside France consider Oregon, Chile and NZ for starters!!)


      Nice Pinot noir precis. Cheers! RD :-)

      • As for Australian Pinot Noirs (touchy subject here!) in my opinion our wine growing terroirs come through too strongly in most regions and the wines produced while excellent drinking are not true to type and don't resemble Burgundy, which I take as the gold standard for Pinot Noir. I know there will be violent disagreement with this in some quarters. C'est la vie!!


          That's one of the great things about wine isn't it? Its subjectivity, the diversity of opinion, the debate, the discussion. Fascinating stuff.
          For fun, put a group of winemakers in a room and start the cork v screwcap debate - that's always good one too :-)
          Cheers! RD :-)
          PS I do enjoy Oregon Pinot. Also Russian River.

  • Thanks RD

    Ordered a Virtual Tasting dozen and got 10% plus free shipping using the ozbargain code.

    Letting you know in case that was not intended


    Hi Kogi - all good my friend. Thank you. Always leave the code active on the whole page. Enjoy the weekend. RD :-)

  • My partner rates their Pinot Gris as well.

    Haven't tried the 2020, but got the 2018 cleanskin dozen at a steal of a price a few months back.

    Has a Rose-like tinge and very easy drinking, especially accompanying lighter summer foods.

    For under $100/dz a very decent price IMHO.


    Just took a six pack home last night too for Bec and I of the 2020.
    Cheers! RD :-)
    The 2018 was from Bec's dad - not ours that one.

    • How do they compare?

      • +1 vote

        I've not drunk the 2018 as it wasn't a product I was familiar with during the decade we ran Bec's parents business.
        The 2020 is a wonderful wine - the pink hue of a terrific Gris, great texture and real viscosity on the palete. A home favorite at the moment. A great buy but won't be around forever as it is only a small batch wine. As with most whites, best enjoyed fresh and young.
        RD :-)