Product Overview

Overall rating:

Points 83


Grape Variety:Pinot Noir
Drink:2013 - 2025


Paringa Estate, Peninsula, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, 2011


Andrew Jefford

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Clean and fresh; rather neutral. Light, fresh redcurrant fruits. A little true ripeness evident (well done for getting it up to 13.5%), and that redcurrant strawberry fruit is poised and delicious, though it’s a shame it isn’t as apparent on the nose as it is on the palate. It will need early drinking, but plenty to enjoy if you hurry.

Roger Jones

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Opulent, savoury nose. Great texture and depth. Silky finish, lovely tight tannins which help hold up this wine, juicy and aromatic, a very classy wine.

Alessandro Marchesan

Tasting: Tasmania & Victoria Pinot Noir

Strawberries and vanilla, a very delicate, perfumed nose. Elegant and light with velvety palate and medium-long simple aftertaste.


Wine name:Peninsula
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content:13.5%
Wine colour:Red
Wine vintage:2011
Wine style:Red, Light-bodied
Subregion:Mornington Peninsula