Box Stallion `The Enclosure` Pinot Noir 2010 (12 x 750mL), VIC.

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Box Stallion was once a leading racing stud - Box Stallion Wines is a leader in French, Italian and Spanish varietals on the Mornington Peninsula - All our wines are grown, made and bottled on our Estate.

Our aim always is to make the most interesting wine possible. We attempt this by taking and judging each batch of fruit on its merits. Where necessary we vary any or all the wine making procedures to achieve complexity and flavour balance with the emphasis on the consumer's expectations for varietal and regional character.

The Mornington Peninsula is one of only a few areas in Australia suitable to produce fine Pinots.

VIC - Mornington Peninsula

Winery Tasting Notes


Rich black cherries and plums on the nose with a hint of mint, charry vanilla oak.


A savoury palate with a full body, makes our Pinot Noir very special.

Food Matching

Serve with full flavoured savoury dishes.

Medals & Trophies

Bronze Medal - Cowra Wine Show, 2012

Bronze Medal - Australian Small Winemakers Show, 2011

VIC - Mornington Peninsula
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

Box Stallion is one of the Mornington Peninsula's most innovative winemakers. From its beginnings in 1997 it was destined to sit apart from the traditional producers of the Mornington Peninsula, by virtue of the wide and exotic range of grape varieties planted.The name Box Stallion is a blend of contemporary branding and a connotation to the property's immediate past history as a premium thoroughbred nursery and racing stable. Our equine connection is still evident in the form of our 'Red Barn' Cellar Door, the 'Sandroll' Rotunda, and fine bloodstock that grace the pastures of our neighbour, leading thoroughbred trainer Lee Freedman.The first vines were planted in 1996, however in the interest of gaining some vineyard maturity, 2001 was the year of first wine production. In that short time, Box Stallion has already gained recognition for its wines and winemaking in state and national wine shows and through favourable reviews.


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