Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Six
Tasting Notes


Treat yourself and restock your cellar with these Single Vineyard wines from the outstanding 2014 vintage, all 96 points from James Halliday.

2 Kooyong ‘Meres’
2 Kooyong ‘Haven’
2 Kooyong ‘Ferrous’

$380 (RRP $450)

Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Six

Halliday Reviews

All reviews from James Halliday Wine Companion 2017

Kooyong ‘Meres’ Pinot Noir

This turns the screws on quality. It’s firm and varietally rich with meat, spice, black cherry and volleys of undergrowth and assorted earth notes. It’s as if it’s been borne up out of the ground. It’s savoury, smoky and sweet-fruited, but in the end it’s nothing but itself.

96 points

Kooyong ‘Haven’ Pinot Noir

It rises to power on the back of meaty, weighty, black cherried fruit flavour, though notes of dried spice, smoky oak and tangy cranberry certainly contribute to the ascension. Ropes of tannin are the parliament in which the flavour cavorts. The outstanding form of this wine continues.

96 points

Kooyong ‘Ferrous’ Pinot Noir

Super tight and structural with gun smoke, flint, dry cherry and sinewy herb notes striking a distinctive pose through the palate. Controlled reduction is a key part of the wine's make-up. So too tannin and acid. So too a charm of its own design.

96 points