McWilliam’s Bagtown Keith the Showman Pinot Noir

When J.J. McWilliam first planted vineyards in the region in 1913, Griffith (then named Bagtown) was far from civilisation, an area of great hardship, yet limitless opportunity.

Keith McWilliam “The Showman” invigorated McWilliam’s with daring bravery; turning a conservative agricultural company into a dynamic brand with style. This Pinot Noir is filled with aromas of bright cherry and smoky spice, followed by layers of strawberry and cranberry flavours.

ALC/VOL : 13  %
COLOUR : Pale cherry red with garnet hues
WINEMAKER : Russell Cody

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTION : Chinese roast duck pancakes with hoi sin sauce

PEAK DRINKING : Best drinking 2016-2018


South Eastern Australia


Lifted red cherries with hints of spice.


A generous smoky palate showing signs of subtle oak texture balancing red fruits and dried strawberry. Consistent silky tannins balances the purity of the fruit and leads to a smooth finish.