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Good In­ten­tions Wine Com­pany ‘Gris Did­dly Dee’ 2016, $26

Bronzy pink, tautly tex­tured, wafts of ap­ple skin and quince. A slight alde­hyde edge and deftly han­dled phe­no­lic grip. Cu­ri­ous but de­li­cious.

Gen­tle Folk ‘For­est Range’ Pinot Noir 2016, $45

Gareth Bel­ton is among the best of the ma­raud­ing band of beardies mak­ing wine in South Aus­tralia’s Bas­ket Range. Tiny pro­duc­tion pinot noir, with the fra­grant com­plex­ity of whole­bunch fer­men­ta­tion and the ethe­real grace that is Bel­ton’s sig­na­ture. Hard to find but well worth seek­ing out.

Good In­ten­tions Wine Com­pany ‘Noir dee doot dee dah’ 2016, $26

Smells like sum­mer berries grown in straw and the odd whiff of wood nymph farts. Juicy, crunchy and slip­pery in the mouth. A lively, sup­ple and slinky ex­pres­sion of pinot noir.

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