Mt Amos Pinot Noir 2019

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92 points Halliday Wine Companion

Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)

Robust and ripe with aromas of dark berries, cedar, and spice, the flagship Mt Amos Pinot Noir 2019 is an exceptional Tasmanian wine showcasing great depth and structure with a long and elegant finish.

Food Pairings

Pair this premium Pinot Noir with a slow-cooked lamb shoulder, roasted beetroots, and baby carrots. Post-dinner, enjoy with washed-rind cheese and nut bread.

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    Tyson Stelzer, 2022 Halliday Wine Companion 13/08/2021

    Hazards Vineyard, East Coast; 34% whole bunches; fermented in 16% new French oak barrels. The exotic exuberance of whole bunches changes the game for Hazards Vineyard pinot noir, filling it with Campari, burnt orange rind and orange bitters. It will appreciate time for this flamboyance to settle down, making space for its spicy berry fruits to assume their rightful position. It holds the fine-grained tannins, bright acidity and undeterred persistence to go the distance.

The fruit underwent a cold soak and was plunged twice a day until fermentation began, with the inclusion of partial whole bunches. Hand plunging occurred in open-top fermenters, increased to up to four times a day during the middle part of fermentation. Fermentation temperatures hovered around 30ºC. After basket pressing, the wine settled for 48 hours before being transferred to French oak barrels, including 16% new oak.

Vineyard RegionTasmania
Wine AnalysisAlc/Vol: 13.5%
ColourDeep crimson red.

Dark berry fruit, spice, with a hint of oak on the nose.


This wine is celebrated for its deep concentration, elegance, and length.

Peak DrinkingUntil 2029
Growing Conditions

The Hazards vineyard produces wines of depth and intensity with a powerful colour and flavour. This vintage will go down as one of the best in recent memory, a wet spring filling the dams and a dry, warm growing season leading to great colour and fruit intensity.