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Albert Bichot Bourgone Pinot Noir Vielles Vignes 2014 (1x 75cl)

Flattering nose with an appealing palette of fruity aromas (blackcurrant, redcurrant, plum). Fleshy and balanced on the palate with oaked notes and a pleasing finish.

£17.00

Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2015 (1x 75cl)

An enticing nose of dark cherry blended with new season raspberry and wild mulberries. Touches of smoky clove and exotic spice add an extra element. Sweet red plum and black cherry flavours burst onto a palate characterised by very fine, supple tannins carrying evenly right to the finish. This wine is utterly charming with an underlying structure that has real weight and power.
£20.46

Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 2015 (1x 75cl)

Dark cherry melds with lifted red fruit aromas and hints of spice in this exotic Pinot Noir. Floral notes are present too; old-fashioned violets and a touch of rose. This vibrant wine has a sinuous, savoury spine of tannin that spreads out to a long, silky finish.
£43.47

Babich East Coast Pinot Noir 2014 (1x 75cl)

The nose has plentiful aromas of black current, raspberry, spicy dark plums and suggestions of mushroom. Attractive dried herb notes are also in attendance Upfront the palate is red and dark fruits with lots of cherries and strawberries. A pleasantly textured wine with fine tannins and a medium weight. An easy drinking Pinot Noir with intensity and a very good spicy length

£12.84

Bachelder Oregon Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2013 (1x 75cl)

Distinctly Oregon, yet almost Burgundian in its suppleness and finesse, this 2012 Pinot has perfumed red wild forest berries mingled with nuanced blackberry fruit, distinctive soft, ripe tannins and a silky mineral finish.
£30.94

By Farr `Tout Pres` Geelong Pinot Noir 2015 (1x 75cl)

The nose is more savoury than fruit driven. Fine layered textures and flavours build on a palate of balanced rich fruit, oak, and earthy tones to form a powerful expression of a very special site. 

£58.80

Carrick Pinot Noir 2014 (1x 75cl)

Complex, rich and elegant Pinot Noir tasting of intense ripe cherries, spice and liquorice. Plenty of richness on the palate and length on the finish.
£27.66

Carrick Unravelled Pinot Noir 2016 (1x 75cl)

Ripe berries and black cherries on the nose which transfer onto the palate with a hint of oak.Finely balanced, fruit forward styled wine.
£15.45

Chambolle Musigny Les Chardannes, Domaine des Beaumont 2014 (1x 75cl)

This wine is very representative of its terroir: fine and elegant, it has a silky texture and the legendary sensuality of the Chambolle : it lines the palate with velvet and lace.
£37.70

Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru, Domaine des Beaumont 2011 (1x 75cl)

Vivid coloration ranging from deep ruby to black-cherry. Their aromas suggest strawberry, blackcurrant, and gooseberry as well as fruit pits, liquorice, and spices. On the palate, power, opulence and elegance unite to make a full and complex body, full of sap and voluptuosness textured.
£84.89

Chateau de Santenay Clos Vougeot Grand Cru 2014 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 95 points and a rare Outstanding status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards Rhone Section  (see blue link below).

 

Chateau de Santenay Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2014- 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards

 

This magnificent property, which dates back to the 9th century, is also known as Château Philippe le Hardi, as it was once owned by the first Duc of Burgundy. Philippe le Hardi is famous as the person who banned the cultivation of Gamay in the Côte d'Or, saying in his edict of 1395 that only Pinot Noir could be used in the production of red wines from the already fabled slopes. Despite its long history, the property had fallen on hard times until it was taken over by the French bank Crédit Agricole in recent years. They have invested heavily, bringing in a new team to support the general manager, Gérard Fagnoni, and putting the emphasis on quality. The property has 98 hectares of vineyard, 72 of which are in Mercurey. These are remarkably well made and good value wines from the Côte d'Or and Côte Chalonnaise.

Château de Santenay owns 25 hectares of vineyards in the Côte d'Or. The soils here are free-draining with a mixture of clay and sand, and a subsoil which has a high limestone content. This forces the roots of the vine to dig deep to find the vital nutrients and water they need, which in turn results in a high concentration of flavour within the fruit.

2014 was a demanding vintage, requiring a lot of effort and care, which was eventually rewarded with success. The wines show a real aromatic purity, great balance and are unexpectedly deep in colour.

On arrival at the winery, the grapes were cold soaked for seven days at 8°C to extract colour and flavour from the skins. Temperature controlled fermentation lasted 12 to 14 days with daily pumping over, finishing with a rack and return, or 'délestage', to impart the grainy tannins that give the wines a lovely structure and length. The wine was then aged in oak barrels for 13 months, of which 20% were new.

A rich, dark garnet in colour, the 2014 Clos de Vougeot offers powerful and concentrated black fruit aromas with an elegant touch of oak. On the palate, flavours of black cherry and black berry fruits are complimented by a subtle spiciness with a long finish.

£109.70

Chateau de Santenay Mercurey 1er Cru Les Puillets 2014 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 95 points and a Platinum Best In Category (Red Cote de Beaune over £15) at the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards (www.decanter.com): see their August 2016 DWWA supplement (see blue link below).

Chateau de Santenay Les Puilllets 1er Cru 2014 - August 2016 Decanter review

This magnificent property, which dates back to the 9th century, is also known as Château Philippe le Hardi, as it was once owned by the first Duc of Burgundy. Philippe le Hardi is famous as the person who banned the cultivation of Gamay in the Côte d'Or, saying in his edict of 1395 that only Pinot Noir could be used in the production of red wines from the already fabled slopes. Despite its long history, the property had fallen on hard times until it was taken over by the French bank Crédit Agricole in recent years. They have invested heavily, bringing in a new team to support the general manager, Gérard Fagnoni, and putting the emphasis on quality. The property has 98 hectares of vineyard, 72 of which are in Mercurey. These are remarkably well-made and good-value wines from the Côte d'Or and Côte Chalonnaise. 

The eight hectare 'Les Puillets' vineyard is located on the south-south-west facing hillslide slopes in the Chalonnaise appellation of Mercurey. The average age of the vines is 30 years. The soils here are rich in clay, but the limestone is still very present as well as some areas of marl. These characteristics give the red wines of Mercurey power and a beautiful structure.

Most of the fruit from their vineyards was hand harvested. On arrival at the winery, the grapes were cold soaked for seven days at 8°C to extract colour and flavour from the skins. Temperature controlled fermentation lasted 12 to 14 days with daily pumping over, finishing with a rack and return, or 'délestage', to impart the grainy tannins that give the wines a lovely structure and length. The wine was then aged in oak barrels for 13 months, of which 20% were new, before bottling.

This Mercurey is a dark garnet colour. The nose is focused on woody notes and kirsch. Full and rich, the palate shows red cherry and redcurrant flavours with mouthwatering freshness and pleasant tannins on the finish. Though drinking well now, it will reward some time in the cellar. Dark ruby in colour. The nose is intense with aromas of dark berries, cherries and spicy notes. The palate is full yet elegant with ripe, dark fruits and a surprisingly long and complex finish.   

£22.65
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