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Best of the Pacific North-West six-pack (6 x 750ml)

(RRP - $385 per six-pack  Offer price - $345 per six-pack  Save $40)
A mixed six-pack comprising two bottles each of the following wines:

Eyrie Vineyards Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2015
(RRP - $85 per bottle) 
"Lightly creamy in the mouth, tasting of wet stone and crushed apple, this young wine seems to gain weight as it runs through the palate.  The scent and flavour of peanuts permeates the finish.  Showing fine definition and length, it should continue to improve with an additional year or two of bottle age."
93 points, Jamie Goode - Wine Anorak

Cristom Mount Jefferson Pinot Noir 2016
(RRP - $75 per bottle)
"Cristom releases six different pinots each year and this cuvee is a blend of fruit from its vineyards and others in the Willamette Valley. A beautifully crafted wine, it's reminiscent of good burgundy: bright and cool berry and cherry characters on the nose with a pleasing note of sap in the background. The palate is very even and elegant, finely shaped and of subtly complex and persistent flavours. It's very pretty and an easy wine to love."
Frank Wilden, The Australian 
(note is for 2013 vintage.  2016 vintage is yet to be reviewed) 

Underwood Pinot Noir 2015
(RRP - $32 per bottle)
"This Oregon pinot is a blend of 60 per cent Willamette Valley and 40 per cent Umpqua fruit, in 10 per cent new French oak. The generosity of the Oregon 15 vintage has really smiled on this wine, with a fresh lifted raspberry and strawberry bouquet - enticing. The light to medium-weight colour belies the intensity of the palate, which is elegant, with a melange of crushed chilled red berries with some darker cherry notes. The flavour is persistent and fragrant in the aftertaste, with lovely tannins to close. This might well be the quaffing pinot of the year. Smashes just about any Bourgogne Rouge I've had as well as most new-world pinot. Buy now, drink now."
Frank Wilden, The Australian