Located on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, Kooyong Estate is one of the region's finest producers, with their wines rarely failing to impress. Kooyong's Beurrot Pinot Gris has established itself among Australia's benchmark example of Pinot Gris and the 2019 is another wonderful example.
With a faint bronze hue, the 2019 Beurrot Pinot Gris has an expressive nose of pear, quince, fresh hay and almonds. It combines a textured mid-palate with a fine phenolic edge that delivers flavours of red and green apples. The wine closes with orange citrus pith and a rosewater accented finish.
"94 Points. Beurrot is a very old Burgundian name for pinot gris, a variety that can be grown there. Here the grapes were whole-bunch pressed to old oak, wild-fermented and bottled without fining. The cool climate and vinification have produced a wine of considerable flavour and character. 14% alc. $32. Drink by 2022. Screwcap."- James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion 2021.
One of the standout wineries of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, Kooyong Estate released its first wines in 2001.
Owner by the Gjergja family, Kooyong Estate is housed at the impressive and state-of-the-art winery of Port Phillip Estate - it is here that Kooyong make their impressive range of wines.
Kooyong is well-known for their Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, with their 'entry-level' Clonale Chardonnay and Massale Pinot Noir regularly delivering excellent value-for-money. Kooyong's Estate offerings are some of the finest produced on the Peninsula, which are overseen by winemaker Glen Hayley.
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