Provenance – Qantas

Wine variety

Pinot Noir 


Qantas Christmas Wine Advent Calendar 2021

Price $32

Rating – 4/5

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Golden Plains, Geelong, Australia


The Donna Review

Love the label and the name and well in fact the whole bottle and packaging. This has a lovely bouquet and a lightness yet richness in the glass. This has a slight sharpness, but nothing unpleasant. it leaves a lovely spicy yet subtle taste in the mouth. With a slight muskiness to it.

It is a lovely smooth wine and can easily be enjoyed with food or without one of the nicest Pinot’s I have had.

Note: this bottle has an amazingly deep punt.

So far this is the best wine yet out of the Qantas calendar.

Wine Rating: 4/5

Man with no Palate Review

If you can get your hands on this wine, buy it. Usually can’t go too wrong with a Pinot, but when you get a good one it really is good. As soon as I smelt the Bouquet I was smitten. And to be honest I would have been happy to sniff that all night, as strange as it sounds. And the wines does not let it down. It does have a slightly earthy aftertaste, but does have a slightly earthy aftertaste, but you can easily pass that by. Bizarrely I wonder if this would be enhanced by slightly chilling this. Sadly we drank it all and so not able to find out.

Wine Rating: 4/5

Provenance Golden Plains Pinot Noir 2019 Bottle Label Description

Rich red fruit flavours and silky texture, the distinctly south-west Victorian provenance of this handcrafted wine. The season, the harvest and the wine makers have come together in a vintage that harnesses the best the land has to offer. Enjoy.

Vineyards Darriwill (Mooraboul)

Ceres (Barwon Valley)

Blue Wren (Bellarine)

Scotsburn, Sinclair (Ballarate)

Pierrepoint (Tarrington)

Wine makers Scott Ireland & Sam Vagel

Where to Purchase Provenance Golden Plains Pinot Noir 2019

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