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Calusari grapes are grown in rolling, picturesque vineyards that almost look and feel like Tuscany. Englishman, Philip Cox and his Romanian wife Elvira, have put in a huge amount of work into transforming their land into a modern winemaking haven. The results are outstanding wines that can stand shoulder to shoulder with their peers from around the world.
This is a gorgeous Pinot Noir, almost syrupy in its concentration. Dark and rich, with layers of black cherry, raspberry and cinnamon.
The Villa Wolf Estate has been making wine since the 1800’s with Ernst Loosen from the Dr Loosen winery in Mosel taking over in 1996. The winery is currently in the process of getting organic certification, 2022 will be the first certified vintage.
Pinot Noir has a long history in the Pfalz region, where it is known as Spätburgunder. This is full of bright black cherry flavours with a little hint of spice and firm acidity. Ripe fruit is complemented with a smoky depth and earthy tannins from twelve months oak ageing. An excellent wine that’s great for everday dining – one that everyone likes!
An intense hit of cherry and dark plum is balanced with alluring floral and earthy nuances. Chocolate, coffee and oak combine beautifully with the plush juiciness of this wine to deliver a round and generous palate and silky textural finish. Drink now, or cellar for up to 10 years.
The family owned and operated estate Hanewald-Schwerdt was founded in 1955 in Leistadt. Today cousins, Thomas Hanewald & Stephan Schwerdt look after the family buisness which was established by their grandfather. The secret of their handcrafted wines is a unique limestone reef which dominates all the sites arround Leistadt. The vines are old and surrounded by a protected natural resort in the shade of the Haardt mountains.
A fantastic entry level Pinot Noir that shows off the pure varietal character of strawberry and cherry flavours. Some smokiness and spice from some time in new oak, which also adds complexity. A really good alternative to a red Burgundy!
From the Sopron wine region. Harvested by hand and carefully destemmed. Fermented for 14 days on the skin. Aged in Hungarian oak barrels for 8 months.
Ripe fruits on the nose and palate. Blackberry, cherry and cooked red plums. Subtle smokey character with a hint of cloves. Soft, delicious, lively acidity
Don’t want to fork out for the full size bottle – this perfect for a couple of glasses of a top notch Oregon pinot noir.
Site, soil, and clone carefully matched vine selections resulting in three distinct expressions of Pinot Noir from a very special place. Yields at Luminous HIlls Vineyard are managed to a minimum to ensure the highest quality fruit.
A madcap blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Pinot Noir and Pinotage, with 16% white grape varieties blended in too. Very juicy, very drinkable! Serve chilled – lots of strawberry juice, cherry and earthy notes too, blackcurrant leaf and pomegranate. It’s a fun little wine to not be taken too seriously. Like Pieter’s answer to a Beaujolais-villages and ultimate ‘vin de soif.’
Winegrowers from father to son for 10 generations, Domaine Badoz is located in Poligny in the heart of the Jura vineyards. This beautiful region called “Le Revermont” offers a hilly geography, wines with a strong personality and gourmet gastronomy, at the foot of the first foothills of the Jura massif.
From the Pinot Noir grape variety, this cuvée aged in stainless steel vats then aged in tuns, can accompany your meal from aperitif to cheese. Its beautiful ruby colour will seduce you, its fine and seductive nose with aromas of violets will charm you. Round, lightly structured red wine, very tasty as it should be!
Le Clos Rouge Cuvée Parcellaire hails from a plot of old Gamay with some Pinot Noir planted on calcareous soil with basaltic debris. This red has a touch more body than their other wines, but is still marked by mountain freshness, and its purity is down to excellent work in the vines and sympathetic low-intervention winemaking. A delightful natural wine, aged in amphora. Flavours of juicy red berries and pepper.
Established in 1982 by Richard and Jill McIntyre, Moorooduc Estate is a small, family run wine business that has developed an enviable reputation for complex and food friendly wines. Their wines are fermented using only wild yeasts (found on the skin of the grape and in the air) and minimal intervention to allow them to express the character of the individual vineyard sites. The Mornington Peninsula – south of Melbourne – is famed for the quality of their Pinot Noir and this wine is no exception.
Red and black cherry fruit on the nose and palate with a slight savoury undertone on the finish. Mouth watering acidity, firm tannins and a long lingering finish makes this an outstanding wine. We love it!
Pairs well with any game meats, porcini mushroom risotto & charcuterie.
Davenport Winery started in 1991 when Will Davenport planted 5 acres of vines at Horsmonden in Kent. Always a supporter of organic farming practices, the winery was one of the first in England to be certified fully organic in 2000.
Deep flavours of cherries and blackberry with plenty of tannic structure that will allow this wine to mature fro several years. Drink now or keep for up to 5 years to gain more complex flavours and softness.
Made in partnership with Diego Rosso, whose Pinot vines in Tunuyán are amongst the oldest in the Uco, this is clone 777 planted in the 1990s and made with the utmost respect for this most fickle of grapes. Everything is done by hand, with fermentation in a combination of concrete eggs and old barrels, fully de-stemmed with partial whole bunch. 100% of the wine is aged for 10 months in second use French oak.
On the nose, bounteous wild red fruits and the unmistakable whiff of forest floor; in the mouth silky tannins and fresh juicy fruit with a long finish. This is definitely New World Pinot Noir approaching its South American best and sees Argentina taking a seat at the top table. It bodes for amazing things to follow in future.
Josten & Klein is a new winery that offers high-quality white and red wines from the two Rhineland-Palatinate wine-growing regions of Ahr and Mittelrhein.
With around 560 hectares, the Ahr is one of the smallest wine-growing regions in Germany. But that doesn’t detract from its class. As the largest closed red wine growing area in Germany and at the same time as the northernmost area for red vines, it has developed into a wine region of great renown over the past two decades. This is a classic style of Pinot Noir. Ripe flavours of sweet and sour cherry and bramble fruit. Soft tannins and acidity keeps the finish fresh and long.
A selection of barrels from across the vineyard: both volcanic and sedimentary soils of varying elevations, from southwest to southeast. The result of the careful selection of barrels and unique qualities of the vintage is a wine with impeccable balance and range, fruit and spice, power and depth, elegance and grace.
Limited to just 3,000 bottles, this is a red, still, Grand Cru Champagne from Bouzy. 100% Pinot Noir grapes grown in a selected plot, complex aromas, gentle earthiness and light tannins complement the red berry and cherry flavours with hints of leather and spice.
Domaine Remoriquet is a 10 hectare estate in the Côte de Nuits of Burgundy. Gilles, a 4th generation winemaker took over from his father, Henri and continues to make changes in both the cellar and the vineyards. There is a greater focus on sustainability and soil and vine health, than in years past.
Bright fruits of cherry, strawberry and blackcurrants with leather and truffle notes as it ages. Good balance with acidity and structure. This is a great wine for any Burgundy lover!
Claude Marechal makes his wines as naturally as possible, taking his inspiration from his late friend Henri Jayer who he trained with early in his career. He makes wines above and beyond the expectations of his terroirs. His wines are pure and sleek with vibrant fruit and great potential to age. These wines are available in very limited quantities but are something you should definitely have in your cellar.
Maxime Dubuet-Boillot is a winemaker to keep an eye on – grandson of Pierre Boillot and currently the assistant winemaker at Domaine Remoriquet. His Volnay Sur Roches comes from 60-year-old vines and appears to be ‘only’ village-level Volnay. Sweet red berry fruit – strawberry, raspberry, sweet spices and a little wood. Very drinkable now but could keep for a decade or two (if you can wait that long!).
In the heart of Volnay this is an estate that was handed over to the son 8 years ago. Pierrick has since won the title of ‘Young Vigneron of the Year’ from Bourgogne Aujourdhui magazine. He uses minimal sulphur, none during fermentation and lets the wines evolve naturally. The results are wines with very pure fruit, not masked by oak, silky tannins and really good length. They are fantastic Volnay and taste just as Volnay should.
Domaine René Cacheux is tiny – just 3.26 hectares – but they have some very fine vineyards in the heart of the village of Vosne-Romanée. Here, old vines are tended with the utmost care, producing some very pure expressions of this acclaimed terroir. Full bodied, structured and lightly spiced, this wne is elegant and fresh with a long finish.