Old World vs New World Pinot Noir Case
Perfect for the Pinot Noir lover. Contrast 3 top quality wines from the grape's spiritual home in Burgundy, with 3 delicious examples from the New World. A mixed case of 6 bottles ( one of each ) for £189 or 12 bottles for £365 ( 2 of each ).
• Domaine David Duband Gevrey Chambertin 2017, Burgundy, France
Complex nose of spices and strawberries with a touch of menthol. Medium-bodied palate with grainy tannins, light redcurrant and cranberry fruit with a fresh finish.
• Domaine René Lequin-Colin Santenay Premier Cru 'La Comme' 2016, Burgundy, France
From a 1er Cru site bordering Chassagne Montrachet. It is red fruited with spices, rich and concentrated with ripe tannins and a fantastic finish.
• Domaine Baron Thenard Givry Rouge Premier Cru 'Les Bois Chevaux' 2014, Burgundy, France
Traditional style, delicate and light in colour. The nose shows direct forest fruit with underbrush. The palate has bright and beautiful acidity with a measured amount of lush red fruitiness.
• Bolney Estate Estate Pinot Noir 2018, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom
A soothing and perfectly balanced Pinot Noir with seamlessly integrated notes of leather, spice and chocolate framing a core of fresh plum. Soft tannins and juicy red cherry on the palate with a smooth and creamy finish.
• Gem Pinot Noir 2011, Martinborough, New Zealand
Cherry, currant, plum and raspberry together with toast, spice and a hint of forest floor. The palate is supported by firm well integrated tannins and soft acid.
• Calera Central Coast Pinot Noir 2016, California, USA
Opens up with a beautiful bouquet of cranberry, boysenberry, redwood bark, and a hint of red liquorice waft. Then an enchanting juicy, mouthwatering palate of perfumy raspberry, red cherry and cassis roll smoothly into a perky sweet-tart, persistent, rose petal finish.