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  • 2018 Pinot Gran Reserva, Viña EcheverríaRed Wine

    2018 Pinot Gran Reserva, Viña Echeverría

    £1195

    The Gran Reserva range wines have undergone fermentation or ageing in oak barrels, resulting in more full-bodied wines with a greater scope of complex flavours. Focus is on French varietals, barrels and yeasts, which makes this range more stylistically European but with New World intensity and flavour.

    This elegant Pinot Noir combines aromas of strawberries, black cherries and raspberries with hints of chocolate and mocha. The palate is round and soft, with refreshing acidity and balanced fruit.

    The vineyard is located in the Casablanca Valley, a cool-climate coastal region close to the Pacific Ocean approximately 47 miles north of Santiago. The proximity to the sea results in a Mediterranean climate, with pronounced maritime influence. The cooling sea breezes from the cold Humboldt stream, tempers the heat of the warm, sunny days and creates cool foggy mornings, ideal for top quality Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

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  • 2020 Aconcagua Pinot Noir, Montes AlphaRed Wine

    2020 Aconcagua Pinot Noir, Montes Alpha

    £1475

    A soft, silky Chilean Pinot Noir with aromas of ripe cherries and raspberries, white pepper and a touch of rose and violet. Medium-bodied, the palate has silky, smooth tannins, fresh and vibrant acidity, and shows well-integrated French oak. The long and perfumed finish is smooth and elegant.

    The Pinot Noir vineyards are planted on gently rolling hills with different aspects and are trained to vertical shoot position. The sites are irrigated via a ‘Sustainable Dry Farmed’ system, developed by Aurelio and his team, which allows for extremely precise and minimal irrigating, reducing their water footprint by 65%. The vines only require minimal work with the canopy, which enables the growers to obtain healthy grapes with good balance at harvest time. Yields vary between 7,000 and 8,000 kilograms per hectare. The proximity of the vineyards to the Pacific coast endows the wine with tremendous freshness, minerality, and cool climate typicity. The granitic soils of the Coastal Mountains have varying percentages of clay, which contributes elegance, creaminess and a unique sense of place.

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  • 2020 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Noir, Lake ChaliceRed Wine

    2020 ‘The Nest’ Pinot Noir, Lake Chalice

    £1495

    This is the wineries tasting note and its so good we thought we would share it with you :

    To experience the exotic aroma and tastes of this Pinot Noir from the Waipara Valleys, we’d like you to join us on a magic carpet ride to a middle eastern market bazaar.  The bustling market stalls fill the air with the aroma of ripe berries and dried fruits. The spice stall owners spruik their wears, waving vanilla pods and pouring cardamom spices theatrically onto their scales in front of your nose.  All these elements combine in glorious cinematic technicolour for the tastebuds. Softly textured with ripe berry fruits and dried currants set against a backdrop of warmed spices.   Rub this bottle of Waipara Pinot Noir three times before pouring it, and the first sip might transport you there again. No magic carpet required.

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  • 2019 Pinot Noir ‘Are You Game’, Fowles WineRed Wine

    2019 Pinot Noir ‘Are You Game’, Fowles Wine

    £1575

    Are You Game Pinot Noir from Fowles Wine is a great example of a wine made to complement good food.

    Aromas of Morella cherry and cedar play with earthy forest floor characters. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is full of cherries leading to a firm finish.

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  • 2020 Great Southern Pinot Noir, Three LionsRed Wine

    2020 Great Southern Pinot Noir, Three Lions

    £1595

    Made by Great Southern pioneers/icons, Plantagenet, this wine is deep ruby red in colour. On the nose, there are lifted aromas of red cherry, with fresh rose and a savoury complexity that leads into a vibrant palate bursting with bramble fruits and toasty oak. Fine, elegant tannins with balanced acidity on the finish.

    Plantagenet’s 126 hectares of vineyards have been carved out of the region’s distinctive Marri soils, named after the massive native Marri, or Red Gum, trees that grow there. Fruit for this wine was sourced from two of the estate’s sites, Rocky Horror and Crystal Brook. Located 15km south of Mount Barker, Rocky Horror was planted in 1999 on soils consisting of deep gravel loam over ironstone with, with a north and west-facing aspect. Crystal Brook, established in 1988, lies 4km from Rocky Horror on a fertile mix of gravel loam and sand soils. All vineyard operations are completed with an active focus on sustainability in order to maximise biodiversity.

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  • 2020 Cruel Mistress Pinot Noir, Larry Cherubino Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2020 Cruel Mistress Pinot Noir, Larry Cherubino

    £1695

    This gorgeous Pinot Noir from Larry Cherubino is made with fruit from the Great Southern region of Western Australia.   The nose shows graphite and minerals, juicy black cherries with a hint of spicy oak plays a supporting role.  The palate is softly textured, fresh and vibrant, the flavours of black cherry and earthy beetroot carried along by a fine acid finish.

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  • 2017 Pinot Noir, Ernst Gouws & CoRed Wine

    2017 Pinot Noir, Ernst Gouws & Co

    £1700

    Ernst Gouws, the jovial patriarch of the Gouws family and winemaker extraordinaire, firmly believes in the French philosophy that the quality of the wine is inextricably linked to the origin of the vineyards and its terroir. Grapes are therefore hand-harvested from site-specific vineyards around the town of Stellenbosch, which is world-famous for producing quality, fruit-driven wines.

    The grapes for this 2017 Pinot Noir are grown on the West Coast, just three miles from the sea, where the vineyard overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The revitalising sea-breezes create balancing freshness in the grapes, which is showcased in this beautifully composed Pinot Noir.

    The translucent ruby colour of this wine is typical of the variety. Subtle aromas of fresh raspberries, cherries and tilled earth combine with a hint of baking spice. The palate is elegant, with a delicate and silky tannin structure.  The wine is beautifully balanced with lingering flavours of tobacco and wild mushrooms on the finish.

    The delicate nature of this wine is a perfect match for smoked trout or salmon. It will also pair well with charcuterie, ham and other cold meats served with patés and terrines.

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  • 2019 ‘Origin’ Pinot Noir, Saint Clair Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2019 ‘Origin’ Pinot Noir, Saint Clair

    £1750

    Dark garnet colour in the glass with aromas layered with blueberry and blackcurrant fruits, intermingled with dark chocolate aromas. The palate is concentrated and fruit-driven with ripe red berries and dark fruits filling the senses. Delicate tannin and savoury oak notes to finish. Well-matched with garlic and rosemary lamb rack with a side of fresh lettuce and pistachio salad.

    Drinking beautifully now, this wine can be enjoyed young or with careful cellaring will mature into a more complex wine that can be enjoyed for the next three years.

    The fruit is sourced from a number of specifically chosen low cropping vineyards from the Southern Valleys region of the Wairau Plain. The vines are grown in very clay-rich, vigour moderating soils. Each vineyard is closely monitored and tasted to determine when the flavours were at their optimum and harvested in the cool of the morning.

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  • 2019 Lucky’s Syrah Pinot Noir, From Sunday WinemakersRed Wine

    2019 Lucky’s Syrah Pinot Noir, From Sunday Winemakers

    £1800

    Syrah and Pinot Noir may not be the most commonly blended grapes, but actually, it has quite a history in Australia. The richer Syrah, with dense fruit and spice, is offset with the delicacy and acid tones of Pinot Noir, guaranteeing a real crowd-pleaser. A delightful supple red, that’s even better when lightly chilled. Plums, black cherries, a touch of muscovado sugar and balsamic strawberries. Silky tannins – a total juicy drop!  Wines are fermented using indigenous yeasts, no enzymes, no additions no fining and minimal sulfites.

    From Sundays brings a winemaker (James), a viticulturist (Sam) and a branding guru (Dave) together to make some truly epic Aussie wine.  The combination of top rate minimal intervention wine making, the best fruit in South Australia from organically farmed sites and killer packaging combines into some of the most exciting wine to come out of Australia today.

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  • 2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Coche-BizouardRed Wine

    2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Coche-Bizouard

    £1850

    From one of our favourite Burgundy producers comes this beautiful wine with pretty strawberry and crisp red cherry fruit on the nose, opening in the glass to reveal woodland fruits, tobacco and sweet spices.  Dry, with plenty of ripe fruit on the finish and mouthwatering acidity. Lip-smacking!

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  • 2018 Phantom Pinot Noir,  Lomond WinesRed Wine

    2018 Phantom Pinot Noir, Lomond Wines

    £1850

    This delightful Pinot Noir comes from a single vineyard planted in South Westerly facing blocks on the upper reaches of the property, overlooking the sea.  This aspect ensures that these vineyards are cooled during the summer months by the prevailing winds off of the sea.

    This wine opens in the glass with fragrant aromas of rose petals and oriental spice that lead to alluring notes of wild, red-berried fruit and an appealing earthy complexity. The palate is elegant, with beautifully integrated oak, refined tannins and a long, silky finish.

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  • 2013 Pinot Noir, ‘Las Brisas Vineyard’, Viña LeydaRed Wine

    2013 Pinot Noir, ‘Las Brisas Vineyard’, Viña Leyda

    £1895

    Pinot Noir Las Brisas is perfumed with floral and seductive fresh red fruit aromas intermingling with herbal and spiced notes such as white pepper. The oak is smooth, almost unnoticeable, allowing the fruit to stand out. The palate is fresh and fruity with a vibrant, juicy texture.

    This wine is made by Viviana Navarrete the exceptionally talented winemaker behind Leyda, from estate vineyards in the Leyda Valley.  Pinot Noir Las Brisas (Breezes) comes from a selection of two blocks with a southwest exposure that thrive in a perfect microclimate: The western exposure provides a direct breeze from the Pacific (hence the wine’s name), and the southern exposure provides less direct sunlight, thus a slower grape maturation. It is one of the last Pinots to be harvested. The soils’ surface contains granite, directly related to the wine’s vibrancy and juiciness.

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  • 2018 Unravelled Pinot Noir, Carrick WineryRed Wine

    2018 Unravelled Pinot Noir, Carrick Winery

    £1950

    The 2018 Unravelled Pinot Noir shows a huge depth of fruit with a strong structure and a full mouthfeel. Classic Central Otago herbs of wild thyme and cloves and red and black fruits show in abundance on the nose for this stellar vintage. This wine enters the palate on dark cherry and blackberries that lead on and on through the mid-palate. Plenty of structure, the tannin is robust, lingering long into the finish.  The wine underwent wild yeast fermentation which encapsulates the Carrick fruit characters. The wine was matured for 11 months in French oak, of which about 15% was new.

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  • 2020 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, Innocent BystanderRed Wine

    2020 Pinot Noir Yarra Valley, Innocent Bystander

    £1950

    This Pinot Noir has beautiful fruit which shines through its velvety mouthfeel and soft, savoury tannins. Only large, old oak barriques are used to age the wine, keeping the fruit character to the fore.  It has aromas of boysenberries, cherry and cranberry with earthy notes of dried spices. On the palate, this wine has a velvety mouthfeel with soft savoury tannins which make a lovely finish.

    This wine is produced from a number of vineyards that span the Yarra Valley from Paul’s Range at Dixons Creek in the north across to Bastard Hill in the very cool southern Upper Yarra. The vineyards were chosen in particular for their high diurnal temperature range, resulting in wines with high natural acidity and low pH. Yields are less than seven tonnes per hectare.

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  • 2019 Devils Staircase Pinot Noir, RockburnRed Wine

    2019 Devils Staircase Pinot Noir, Rockburn

    £1985

    This Pinot Noir bursts with flavours of red cherry, cranberry and bramble fruit. Rounded and fruity on the palate, with supple tannins and a very moreish finish. This is devilishly good.

    The Devil’s Staircase wines are inspired by the winding road leading from Queenstown to Kingston along the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Sourced from several Central Otago vineyards, the Devil’s Staircase Pinot Noir takes the willing down into the realm of decadence and Bacchanalian delights. Here, everything is pleasure spiced up with a bit of naughty.   The unrelenting Central Otago environment tortures the vines whose twisted limbs produce a wine worthy of absolution; strong and sensual with lashings of dark fruit, sinfully succulent and devilishly good.

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