Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2022


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Yarra Valley, Australia
96 points


Located in Victoria’s Yarra Valley, Giant Steps is recognized as a global benchmark for cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The winery was established in 1998, one year after founder Phil Sexton arrived in the Yarra Valley in search of ideal sites to produce Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of purity and finesse. Enlisting the help of Chief Winemaker Steve Flamsteed who joined the winery in 2003, the two set to create a range of wines that personify the Yarra Valley. Today, the winery is regarded as one of the most progressive in Australia and is recognized globally for its pursuit of site expression. The wines are among the most anticipated releases from Australia and are considered benchmarks for the Yarra Valley.

This is a superb entry point into the world of premium Yarra Pinot Noir, with fruit sourced from the Sexton, Applejack, Tarraford and Primavera vineyards. It's made with around 40% whole bunches and meticulous attention to detail, for which Flamsteed has become renowned. Unfined and unfiltered, too.


96 points
James Halliday

A very bright, light–medium crimson red. A gentle waft of fresh raspberries and cranberries, with just the right amount of spice-rack spices. Delicious right out of the gate, this medium-bodied and refreshing wine will age well too.


Screw cap
Serving Temp.
12-14 °C
Cellar until
Now - 2028
Food pairing
Hand-made pappardelle with Confit duck and peppery greens. Wild mushroom risotto with black pepper.

Tasting Profile

Aromatic red fruits, good refreshing mid palate and a light, earthy grip on the finish.

Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2022

Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2022

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