2019 Shaky Bridge Pioneer Series Pinot Noir

We struggle to keep it on our shop floors normally... and we've reordered several times already

Elsewhere $29.00

$21.99 on Case buys (12 bottles)

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Store Stock Level*
Lunn Ave Superstore Medium
Constellation Drive Superstore High

* Pick up time will be in two hours if your products are available at your store of choice. If your products need to be transferred from another store then pick up will be midday the next working day (provided your order was placed before 4.30pm)

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Further Information

Brand Shaky Bridge
Region Central Otago
Varietal Pinot Noir
Size 750ml
Alcohol % 13.5%
Vintage 2019
Country New Zealand


The classic Alexandra perfumes of spicy fruits burst from the glass with absolute purpose in this 2019 Pinot Noir, reminding you that Shaky Bridge are in possession of some of the oldest vines in Central Otago (averaging 30-years and some up to 40 years old). Classy, opulent and sophisticated, it's silky and possibly just a tad fuller flavoured than the previous (Champion) vintage. This is a serious Otago experience at a very unserious price - almost too good to be true! Savour between now and 2025.


A haunting bouquet of spiced cherries, roses, wild thyme and summer plums.


A voluptuous and full-flavoured Pinot with a very attractive silky texture, the tannins are refined and supple. This wine carries notes of opulent dark fruits that keep you reaching for your glass all night. Premium Otago Pinot drinkers can seriously bridge the quality gap between midweek and weekend drinking by indulging in Shaky Bridge... and do so through 2025! Made for cheese platters and pasta dishes.

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1 Customer Review

Really enjoyed this wine with BBQ. - second time we have ordered and will order some more! Smooth and delicious!

29th November 2020 | Nerolie Palleson