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2021 Run Free by Singlefile Pinot Grigio

2021 Run Free by Singlefile Pinot Grigio
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The growing season in Pemberton saw plenty of rainfall and mild weather throughout which encouraged good ripening conditions. Cooler growing conditions allowed for strong varietal characteristics to shine through. 

This Pinot Grigio was picked in pristine conditions on the 2nd March. The fruit was destemmed and pressed, the juice transferred directly into stainless steel tanks and temperature controlled to ensure a slow fermentation process. Post-fermentation the wine was racked off fermentation lees and bottled early to retain all the delicate aromatics.


The wine shows a lifted bouquet of ripe pear, citrus and underlay of apricot and floral notes. The palate is light and fresh and zips along to a clean and flavoursome finish.


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2020 Vintage 
2019 Vintage


2021 Vintage

92 points, Wine Showcase Magazine, Dec 2021

2020 Vintage

4 stars, Winestate Magazine, Dec 2020
4 stars, Winestate Magazine, Aug 2020

2019 Vintage

4 stars, Best Wines of 2020, Winestate Magazine, Annual Edition 2021
4 stars, Equal Top in Category, Winestate Magazine, Sep/Oct 2019

Wine Specs
Up to 5 years
Alcohol %

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Sam's Gravatar
(18/04/2020 at 2:34 PM)
This wine is definitely a crowd pleaser. Light and fresh, this would be perfect for summer afternoons eating alfresco. Pale gold in colour Beautiful nose of red apples and melon backed up by a nutty almond note. Slight wet stone minerality gives some complexity. The fresh palate is light with those tree fruits to the front. Good amount of acidity but not overbearing. A very nice easy drinking wine. Matched with a nice piece of fish it would be amazing

Brooke's Gravatar
(19/04/2020 at 7:52 PM)
A nice fresh but a slight dryness to this delightful white. Pinot Gris is my favourite but this is a close second. We enjoyed it with a nibbles platter of cheese, onions, salami & olives. Would go nice with a dish of chicken or fish too. A real winner

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Rod Easdown
(28/04/2020 at 2:02 PM)
They say addicts spend their lives trying to re-create that original hit that got them into all their trouble. For me it’s pinot grigio. I had my first hit of it in Tasmania oh, long ago, and it was a real wow moment. Little bundles of flavour ricocheted around my mouth with energy that was way of kilter with Tasmania. I’ve been searching for that moment ever since and with the Run Free Pinot Grigio… wham, it’s ba-ack. You’re not so much hit by the fruit as by the whole damn orchard. It puts every taste bud you have into overdrive. And it doesn’t let up. Even by, the end of the second glass, as you roll it around your mouth and open the back of your throat to spread those precious vapours up around your nose it’s a big holy moly experience. This is not a wine for long lunches but if you can smell the sea, hear the waves and have a big feed of fish and chips in front of you this is as good as it gets.

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Alice Fitzpatrick
(01/05/2020 at 6:17 PM)
What a lovely and refreshing wine! The wine was crisp and paired beautifully with some cheese and crackers! This wine would be lovely in summer shared with friends.

Denni's Gravatar
(04/05/2020 at 3:35 PM)
I thought this was surprisingly well balanced. Viscous and ripe it has a amazing presence of flavour, easily drinkable!

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Andrew Boyd
(10/05/2020 at 3:16 PM)
My impression is perhaps coloured by drinking the outstanding family reserve chardonnay two days before. This said, this was a very good pairing with a seafood pasta lunch. The wine is straw coloured, has a fruity bouquet , giving way to a light, refreshing accompaniment to lunch.

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B Barr
(28/06/2020 at 4:00 PM)
It’s fresh, it’s crisp. Apple but more peartastic for mine. First glass went down easy, second went down fast

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