Sugarloaf Ridge Pinot Gris 2014 (12 x 750mL), TAS.

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$239.88 per case
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A half-hectare of Pinot Gris was planted on the south facing slopes of the vineyard in 2003.

This grape variety is a mutation of Pinot Noir and is widely planted in the cooler areas of Australia. The cool climate of Tasmania is ideal in developing the full flavours of these grapes.

TAS - Tasmania

Winery Tasting Notes


Pale straw, old gold with a flash of copper.


Spicily aromatic and musky with sweet pear and honey.


This wine's style is driven by full and ripe fruit flavours, particularly pear and dried banana. The overall impression is one of lusciousness but with a clean dry/rich finish. There is a pleasing touch of oiliness and chewiness from the skin tannins, but the poised and well integrated acid maintains a refreshing balance.

Food Matching

Baba ganoush with crisp pide bread; mushroom omelette; creamy mustard chicken; Mediterranean-style vegetable tart.

TAS - Tasmania
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

Pure, balanced and handcrafted

Our boutique, multi award-winning cool climate vineyard is located in Tasmania’s south eastern wine region. This location is privileged to enjoy an ideal location and environment for making exceptional wines. Sugarloaf Ridge’s cool maritime influenced climate provides for a long growing, slow maturing season which develops low yielding, balanced fruit with intense berry flavours.

All our grapes are lovingly tendered and hand-picked allowing for minimal spoilage to realise their full potential. Our wines are individually crafted by one of Australia's most recognised winemakers – Julian Alcorso and his team – who have over 30 years experience making award-winning Tasmanian wines.

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