From a highly acclaimed property on the Cote Chalonnaise in Burgundy this is a delicious example of the breed. Of the 2015 vintage, when a hot, dry midsummer was followed by a cool, damp August leading to the production of perfectly concentrated Pinot Noir berries with thick skins, intense flavour and soft tannins, this wine boasts a dark garnet red hue and aromas full of woody notes and kirsch. On the palate it is full and rich, with flavours of red cherry and redcurrant with mouth-watering freshness and supple tannins on the finish. Though drinking well now, it will reward some time in the cellar.
3 Point Summary
Aromas of woody notes and kirsch, red berry flavours and supple tannins.
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This wine is suitable for both Vegans and Vegetarians
GOLD – International Wine Challenge 2017. SILVER – Decanter World Wine Awards 2017. 91/100 – Wine Enthusiast 2017.
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Serve at Temp
16 *C / 61 *F
PINOT NOIR is the red wine grape of Burgundy and is now adopted in wine regions all over the world, achieving particular success in New Zealand and USA. It's unique charm offers aroma of strawberry and fresh red cherry in lighter wines and stewed black cherries in weightier examples. Well-built Pinot Noirs also exhibit notes of leather and violets.
BURGUNDY is situated in eastern France and its vineyards produce some of the most exclusive wines on Earth. The region’s two key grape varieties are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with Gamay and Aligote also widely grown. Chablis, situated in an isolated pocket of limestone hills, produces wold-famous white wines of a very distinctive style. Burgundy is home to several famous producers within iconic cub-regions such as Cote d'Or, Cote Chalonnaise and the Maconnais.