Bannockburn Vineyards 1314AD Pinot Noir 2021 75cl


Tasting Note

Fresh medium weight forest fruits are offset by subtle whole bunch lift. Acid is enough to cleanse the palate; the gentle and perfumed nature of the harvest is to the fore, with French oak subtly contributing both aromatics and structure. We just have 12 bottles of this wine this year!


Stuart Hooper was a successful businessman with a passion for everything about wine. He envisioned creating a vineyard that would produce Australian wine of a quality to emulate the great regions of France.

In the early 1970's Stuart selected a plot of land in the Moorabool Valley near the township of Bannockburn. A promising site with the desirable soil composition consistent with quality viticulture and a rich history of premium wine grape production dating back to the 1870's. The initial plantings were shiraz vines. Before long, more land was acquired, more vines and varieties planted - the story had begun.

Althought Stuart passed away, his family still continue his legacy to this day.

Country: Australia | Region: Geelong | Alcohol: TBC | Grapes: Pinot Noir | Family Producer | Female Winemakers