Tomich Woodside Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018
  • Red Wine
  • Pinot Noir
  • Sustainable
  • Dry
  • 750ml
  • 13.5% alc./vol

Tomich Woodside Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018

Adelaide Hills, Australia
Regular price $27.95per bottle ($335.40per case)
12 bottles per case
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Vibrant & Silky

The Tomich family hails from the Adriatic Coast in Croatia where winemaking is a way of life. Jack Tomich Senior arrived in Australia in 1903 bringing with him all of the grape growing and winemaking skills of his forefathers. The family owns 320 acres of vineyard in the Onkaparinga Valley, in the GI region of Adelaide Hills. The Hills are a premium cool climate area situated between Barossa and McLaren Vale within the same mountain range.

Handpicked and wild fermented in French oak, this Pinot Noir has intense berry and red cheery aromas, with subtle hints of cinnamon and spice. The palate is vibrant with hints of dried herbs and silky graceful tannins. This Pinot Noir is the perfect pairing for sweet-and-sour pork chops and braised duck legs.

About the Winery

Tomich Woodside Vineyard

The Tomich family hails from the Adriatic Coast in Croatia where winemaking is a way of life. Jack Tomich Senior arrived in Australia in 1903 bringing with him all of the grape growing and winemaking skills of his forefathers. The family had always made their own wine for home use and grew sultanas and wine grapes after moving to the new irrigation settlement of Mildura in 1936. Jack’s son Ivan showed a real passion for wine, and by 1946 was producing wine and selling it to local farmers. 3 generations of grape growers and winemakers later, the Tomich family now owns one of the best sites in the Adelaide Hills and had kept its ancestral way of softly farming the land and is pushing for sustainable growing practices.

Press Reviews

James Halliday

95 points - Ned Goodwin

A pallid to mid-ruby. Bing cherry and fecund strawberry notes are strung across a herbal carapace of spiced tannins, thanks to a 30% dollop of clusters across the wild ferment. It works very well. Think clove, cardamom and turmeric. And yet there is nothing green about. Zilch! Fibrous, energetic and long. lightweigh and ethereal. A lovely pinot, so well appointed across its varied constituents, tasting far more expensive than what it is.