Bellvale Pinot Grigio 2014 (12 x 750mL), Gippsland, VIC.

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$239.88 per case
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John Ellis' first Pinot Grigio was planted in 2008, and enjoys Northern Italian grape style similarities. This vintage presents similar characteristics, and is beautifully aromatic with pear, spice and apple aromas.

VIC - Other Victorian

Expert Reviews

Pale pink colour from skin contact; has good varietal fruit ex pear and citrus, likewise good mouthfeel, with some solids/lees complexity. James Halliday, Ratings 90, 27th July 2015

VIC - Other Victorian
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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Established in 1998, Bellvale Wine is a family-owned business run by principal winemaker and viticulturalist, John Ellis. Situated in the lush Tarwin River valley of South Gippsland, the area is acknowledged as one of Australia’s best Pinot-Noir producing regions. This is reflected in Bellvale’s numerous international and national awards over the last decade.The name, Bellvale, is derived from the Ellis family’s rich agricultural heritage, which may be traced back to a farm in Nieuw Amsterdam (the New York area), in the late 1600s. The Bellvale label features two majestic oak trees that grace the centre of its vineyard.

John Ellis spent many years on Long Island, in south-east New York, before emigrating to Australia in the 1980s. His abiding passion for fine wine and viticulture stem from extensive free time spent in Europe during a 25-year career as a commercial pilot. To maintain his interest, John followed several agricultural paths during that time, including planting Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to supply the first vineyard in the Hamptons in the 1970s. Over time came many trips to Burgundy to hone his knowledge of traditional French winemaking methods and traditional viticulture.

Exposure to Australian wines sparked an interest in terroir down under. What followed was a lengthy period of research and the selection of South Gippsland’s cool climate. John now produces wines that are acknowledged as some of the regions finest - said to be in keeping with the premium producers of the Burgundy region.

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