We currently have a truly excellent range of Pinot Noirs, both old world and new and we've put together a case of our favourites for you to enjoy... all at our best price.
2021 Domaine Jean-Jacques Girard Bourgoge Pinot Noir, Burgundy, France
About five centuries ago, Jean Girard began cultivating vines in Savigny-Les-Beaune. Seven generations later, Jean-Jacques Girard creates his own estate to perpetuate the family tradition. The 2021 Bourgogne Pinot Noir has a bright cherry red colour. Aromas of dark red cherry, plum and raspberry with a classic hint of farmyard or an earthy floor. The palate is fresh and silky, filling the palate with flavours of red and black fruit, and subtle notes of cassis, spice, mushrooms and leather.
2020 Domaine Fournillon Bourgogne Epineuil Rouge, Burgundy, France
This lovely bright Pinot Noir is made in the Northern region of Burgundy by our friends at Domaine Fournillon, who make great value Chablis and Bourgogne Blanc. Bright cherry fruit, touches of leafy, forest notes with a svelte, elegant body, this is a great entry level Burgundy.
2022 Domaine de Beaurepaire Menetou Salon Rouge, Loire, France
Domaine de Beaurepaire is located near Bourges, with vineyards in Menetou Salon, a small appellation in the Loire. Domaine de Beaurepaire have 9.5 hectares of Sauvignon planted and a further 3.5 hectares of Pinot Noir planted for their production of red and rose wine. This Menetou Salon Rouge has aromas of raspberry and cherry, with a silky mouthfeel. A great wine to serve with white meats, grilled meats and good goat cheese.
2022 Cuvée Dissenay Pinot Noir, Languedoc, France
A Pinot Noir produced as part of a co operative with associations across southern France. The Cuvee Dissenay Pinot Noir is fermented in stainless steel to keep the freshness of the fruit. A percentage of the wine is aged in French Oak to produce silky tannins. There are intense black fruits on the nose with hints of vanilla and clove. The palate is vibrant and fresh with bright fruits and a hint of mocha.
2022 Chateau Burgozone Cote du Danube Pinot Noir, Bulgaria
Bulgaria has been producing wine for 3000 years, making it one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world. The Côte du Danube Pinot Noir is produced by Chateau Burgozone: a family wine producer in Bulgaria. The Cote du Danube Pinot Noir is a light, elegant and fresh red wine. Produced using handpicked grapes from vineyards along the Danube river give a gentle expression of red and black fruits with a slight hint of vanilla and cedar.
2020 Sileni Cellar Selection Pinot Noir, New Zealand
Grown in cooler Hawke's Bay sub regions, on a variety of soil types. Gravels provide structure, length and perfumed aromatics, while the clay soils provide roundness, sweet fruit and savoury characters. Only a small portion of oak was used to highlight aromatics and provide extra richness to the palate. The nose has an enticing note of freshly baked Bakewell tart, all homemade jam and almonds. In the mouth, it's fresh and bright with a fine almond skin appeal. The wine remains fresh throughout with a lovely defining acidity which makes this a great food match.
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