Bolney Wine Estate Pinot Noir 2016
This is a great tasting note from a write up in Red magazine. ‘Fantastic example of a cool climate Pinot, made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. It has a good light to medium body, full of red cherry, bacon and hints of cedar wood, which give a lovely complexity on the bouquet and palate. Goes extremely well with creamy dishes made with lots of butter, soft or mild cheese like brie and goats cheese.’£17.50 inc. VAT
Brightwell Oxford Regatta 2013
A very clean, fully dry red wine, blended principally from Dornfelder grapes.£13.50 inc. VAT
Brightwell Pinot Noir 2013
Gentle maturation in oak barrels has enhanced the delicate cherry and summer berry flavours of this wine.£16.50 inc. VAT
Fernhurst Vineyards Pinot Rondo 2007
Aromas of red cherry, strawberry, blackberry and a little spice follow through to the pallet. Testament that bottle age really aids English red wine!£11.00 inc. VAT
Gusbourne Pinot Noir 2014
With a youthful, deep ruby red hue this Pinot Noir is full of the intense red fruit aromas you might find in an English garden – cherries, raspberries and red currants. This is then backed up with creamy vanilla and a spicy pepper kick. The palate reveals more crisp and fresh flavours of juicy supported by a soft and ripe tannic structure.£23.50 inc. VAT
Hush Heath Pinot Noir 2014
Hush Heath Manor Pinot Noir has been made from selected clones grown on the Hush Heath Estate. A delicate perfumed nose, classic violet with hints of cherry. The wine is lightly oaked adding a touch of spiciness and tannin to compliment the subtle red berry fruit.£16.95 inc. VAT
Sharpham Pinot Noir & Precoce 2013
Regarded as on one, if not the best red wines to have been produced in England.
Perfectly ripe grapes where hand picked and cold macerated.
Complex aromas of raspberry, damson and berry fruits.
The pallet displays and excellent balance of fruit and spice with the addition of soft oak due to its 8 months in French oak.
Ageing potential but drinking so so well now!