• 2016

McWilliam’s McW 660 Reserve Tumbarumba Pinot Noir

A true expression of the rich diversity and elegance of high altitude wines, the McW 660 range is a testament of McWilliam’s Wines understanding of the relationship that exists between the land, the climate and the winemaker. Harvested from vines grown at an average of 660 metres above sea level.

McWilliam’s McW 660 Reserve Tumbarumba Pinot Noir
VARIETAL : Pinot Noir ALC/VOL : 13.5  %
COLOUR : Bright pale red. pH : 3.6
WINEMAKER : Andrew Higgins ACIDITY : 5.4 g/L

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTION : Roasted Duck with cherries / Mushroom risotto

PEAK DRINKING : Under prime cellaring conditions this wine will continue to evolve, reaching its peak drinking maturity by 2018.


Tumbarumba, NSW


Black plum and spice with delicate floral notes.


Light to medium bodied with sappy red cherry fruits. Earthy spices and complex mushroom notes that lead to a velvety long finish.