Discover the charms of the “Heartbreak grape”, so called by winemakers due to its tricky nature, a temperamental thin-skinned grape variety. Once you have a good one however, there’s no going back!!
1 bottle of each……
St Martin Pinot Noir, Languedoc, France
Blinding value- cherry fruit bomb
Trentham Tasmanian Pinot Noir, Australia
TASMANIA. Soft, silky and elegant pinot with bright bramble fruits and toasty oak
Sileni Pinot Noir,New Zealand
MARLBOROUGH. Pretender to Burgundy’s crown- a classic elegant red
Paul Cluver Pinot Noir, South Africa
ELGIN. Super sophisticated luminous pinot noir with toasty bramble and savoury notes.
Santiago Pinot Noir, Chile
CURICO VALLEY. Chile is best for more affordable versions, like this cracking example
Messmer Spatburgunder, Germany
PFALZ. The best red wine I have ever tried from Germany, nuff said. Delicate Pinot Noir at its’ very best. Savoury, smooth and gorgeous.