A white wine made from a red grape?! Tell me more! This is made from Pinot Noir and will be a big hit with anyone who likes aromatic whites.
Close your eyes and you could be drinking Cote de Beaune. One of the best things to come out Bulgaria since Stantcho Stanev, Colonel Gadaffi's chief camel herder (look it up, Wikipedia wouldn't lie!)
Jam packed full of Christmassy cranberry, ripe red cherries and wild strawberries laced with liquorice, cinnamon and black pepper spice. This is a bright, juicy Pinot Noir with intriguing depth and just a hint of those classic mushroom and earthy notes that will develop over time. Drink now – 2020.
Simply awesome quality for the price! Now mature, evolved Pinot Noir aromas and flavours. Good thickness of fruit. Quite something.
This Pinot Noir is nothing less than first-rate and brilliant value. It shares all the charm and beautiful oak integration of a really good red Burgundy with its classic soft red fruits and morello cherry character interlaced with smoky spice and forest floor notes. It has perfume, class and elegance, a wine with so much more to it than meets the eye and which will reward you amply...if you make the effort to get to know it.
So elegant, pretty and silky, this Pinot could run a class at Debrett's in charm and etiquette. Cherries and a hint of forest floor. No rustic notes here!
A delightful example of Bourgogne Rouge, full of tart hedgerow fruits laced with baking spice and botanical notes.
Dark cherries with a bit of kola nut, saddle leather and a touch of mint. There’s a nice mix of bright and broody there. Warmth without heat. Lovely perfume. The palate is filling, cramming itself into every corner of the mouth, demanding to be tasted to its fullest. Those dark cherries blend in with brilliant savoury notes that range from cured meat to wild mushrooms and a hint of forest floor. Brilliant stuff. 13.5% Drink now – 2020.
Alan Meadows - Burghound.com - the Ultimate Burgundy reference. "Once aerated, the restrained nose displays notes of maraschino cherry and discreet spice nuances. The very supple and relatively forward flavours possess an attractive mouth feel before terminating in a dusty, delicious and nicely balanced finish. This is clearly meant to be enjoyed young yet there is enough supporting structure to suggest it should benefit from 1 to 2 years bottle age. Like the straight Pinot, this offers very solid quality for the price."
"Skin-n-Bones gets its name from uncommonly long sking contact and a bone-dry finish". Brand new Pinot Noir from our favourite Adelaide Hills producer!
Single site Pinot Noir from carefully selected cool climate areas in South Africa.
Low intervention Pinot Noir - inspired by Burgundy and the Minervois, made in Tasmania. Made by former Young Winemaker of the Year and Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy winner, Nick Glaetzer.
It isn't often that you get wines that are such a labour of love for such an affordable price. The grapes are handpicked and each parcel is dealt with seperately ensuring that you get the best possible flavour. Vivacious, luscious and tempting, this glides out of the glass and calls you in with its siren song. Give in to the waves of juicy cherry and raspberry. Be seduced by the blood orange and dainty floral edge and let the currants, kirsch and cloves mesmerise you.
Beautiful single site Pinot Noir from the understated genius that is Johan Meyer.
Glorious Pinot Noir from a cool climate pocket of South Africa. Made by the bearded wonder, Hannes Storm, previously red winemaker at Hamilton Russell.
Beguiling, moreish, tangy Pinoit Noir from an outstanding new producer. Richard doesn't want you to buy this because he wants all of it.
A stunning single vineyard expression that exemplifies how serious New World Pinot Noir can really be.
Winemaker and owner Nick Glaetzer left his native Barossa for Tasmania to pursue a portfolio of 'cool climate' wines. His big goal was to make New World Pinot Noir in an homage to the Burgundian style, while still remaining very much a Tasmanian product.
Very fine pure nose and palate. One of the finest Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Pinot Noirs to date. Very much in the cool climate style, showing finesse and elegance, but plenty of lovely, fine Pinot character.
Another stunning wine from the seemingly unstoppable Tom Carson, rightfully sweeping up awards such as the Best Pinot Noir Trophy at the Royal Queensland Wine Show 2015. It has lots of zippy, tangy, juicy raspberry flavours backed up by a savoury meaty undertone. Drinking well now but leave it a little longer if you want a bit more of those leafy, mushroomy characters famous from Pinot Noir.
Decanter Magazine - “Kutch 2013 McDougall Ranch Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir is the BEST Pinot Noir from the United States and awards the TOP regional trophy!”
Profound village Burgundy - worthy of long-term cellaring or serious decanting.
Bulgarian Sparkling Wine?! Just trust us on this one! The Edoardo Miroglio Cellar has quite the reputation for their still wines, and the same can be said for their fizzes. This sees just the same treatment as champagne, and the results are absolutely stellar.
Quite possibly the best English sparkling ever made.
We would happily drink this instead of any rose Champagne you placed in front of us, including Krug (but possibly excluding Dom Perignon Rose 1982). Divine. Wiston is the most exquisitely beautiful soft fine sparkling Rose.
A hugely exciting Champagne discovery. "As soon as I had finished my sample, I went on-line and bought some of this amazing value in Champagne, in part just to re-taste and make sure it was really this good." - David Schildknecht, The Wine Advocate, 94 points