Pinot Noir

Akitu A2 Pinot Noir 2019, Central Otago, New Zealand
£ 36.00
Bunches of bright red fruits, rose petal and just a hint of cinnamon carry through from the nose to the palate. The exceedingly bright, fresh flavours balance with a depth of flavour and a supple, silky tannin structure. This would be absolutely perfect to drink right away but will also be rewarded by a further one to three years of cellaring, to develop slightly more nuanced flavours.
Akitu Pinot Noir Blanc 2022, Central Otago, New Zealand
£ 36.00
Whole bunch pressed and racked to ferment with natural yeasts. Minimal skin contact results in a blush of colour and fine, peppery phenolics. The wine is dry with appealing layers of tree fruits and hazelnut flavours. It has surprising power.
Beaune Clos du Roi 2002, Robert Ampeau
£ 85.00
Michel Ampeau is a rarity in Burgundy, only releasing wines from his incredible stock of back vintages when fully mature. One of the best Beaune 1er Crus from a great vintage. This is remarkably fresh with a beautiful, perfumed nose of forest fruits, overlaid with hints of bacon and spice. Lovely velvety texture, and such a vibrant core of fruit still present.
Bourgogne Cuvee Aries 2010, Domaine Bertrand Ambroise
£ 31.50
The grapes are grouped together with parcels in the Cote de Nuits villages, Pommard, Volnay, Beaune and Marsanney. The wine is aged for 15 months in 500 litre oak casks. The wine is lovely with vibrant notes of red cherry and raspberry, complemented by savoury, meaty notes from the time in bottle. Superbly fresh and elegant with impressive structure and subtle tannins.
Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016, Chateau de Mersault
£ 34.50
Vibrant and racy, a Bourgogne with cut and thrust. Delicious pure, crunchy forest berry and plum fruit, notes of red cherry in the background. Succulent and juicy. From south-facing sites in the Pommard and Savigny communes. Aged for months in 20% new oak barrels.
Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2022, Domaine Fourrey
£ 22.50
Domaine Fourrey's Bourgogne Pinot Noir comes from a fifteen years old parcel. It is a supple and light wine, easy to drink. 
On the nose, fresh flavours of blackcurrant, redcurrant

Carpe Diem Pinot Noir 2018, Anderson Valley
£ 37.95
Vinified by the Roederer’s team, the wines of Carpe Diem combine the generosity of California’s climate and the elegance of the French ‘savoir faire’. 
Aged for 10 months in 25% new French Oak, it is a Burgundian style with earthy and gamey aromas, alongside jammy flavour. Velvety palate and great length.

Clos Saint Denis Grand Cru 2016, Domaine Heresztyn Mazzini
£ 350.00
A more elegant though markedly restrained nose features cool and pure aromas of dried flowers, high-toned red and blue pinot fruit and lovely spice nuances. The rich, refined and equally pure middle weight flavors are supple yet precise before culminating in a mineral-driven, firm, dusty and long finish where the supporting tannins are notably fine-grained. 
Gevrey Chambertin 2020, Chateau de Marsannay
£ 68.45
Exquisitely pretty Marsannay. Not particularly complex, but that is not the point of this wine, it’s all about pure, unadulterated pleasure. An open, generous array of fruit flavours of damsons and cherries with a floral violet perfume. Soft, generous, and velvety. 30% whole bunch fermentation.
Gevrey Chambertin Aux Etelois 2018, Château de Laborde
£ 67.00
This parcel of village appellation touches directly the Grand Cru "Griottes-Chambertin”, with vines facing directly east. 

Aromas of thyme, saffron, turmeric with undertones of dark chocolate
Lots of volume in the mouth, this wine is rich generous. Beautiful concentration and nice long finish.

Gevrey Chambertin Premier Cru Champonnets 2016, Domaine Heresztyn Mazzini
£ 90.00
There is more whole bunch (70%) in the 2016 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru les Champonnets, the highest used by the domaine in this growing season. Now this has a very mineral-driven bouquet, terse and linear at first, though the fruit soon comes to the surface—blackberries, briary and a hint of cassis. This is very seductive. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, well-judged acidity, weight and persistence.
Givry Vielles Vignes 2019, Domaine Ragot
£ 36.90
Lovely mixture of red and black fruits, rich and generous on the palate with silky tannins.
Hamilton Russell Pinot Noir 2021, Walker Bay, South Africa
£ 40.50
A South African classic- simply the best Pinot Noir out of the Cape
Le Fou Pinot Noir 2023, Languedoc
£ 11.00
Le Fou' translates to 'The Madman,' as the notion of producing a Pinot Noir in the warmer Languedoc region was thought to be an impossible endeavour. However, the producers have proved everyone wrong with this delightful, fruit-filled Pinot.
Bright ruby red, with upfront aromas of freshly picked raspberries and an underlying savoury leesiness. Fleshy red fruits continue to the palate and are joined by fine tannins and juicy acidity.

Left Field Pinot Noir 2019, Marlborough, New Zealand
£ 19.95
Sweetly ripe and inviting, the bouquet shows juicy strawberry, cherry, thyme and warm spice aromas. It's equally appealing on the palate offering smooth mouthfeel and bright fruit flavours, finishing silky and friendly.
Mercurey Rouge 2021, Domaine Laurent & Romain Pillot
£ 32.50
The Pillots sell half their crop in bulk to the big Burgundy négociants which enables them to retain just the best wines. Matured in one to six year old barrels this is a lovely example of Mercurey with delicious, red fruits and spice on the nose, carefully extracted tannins and a beguiling, fresh aftertaste.
Nuits St. George 2017, Ambroise
£ 52.35
This 2017 Nuits-Saint-Georges comes from 2 hectares of vines in this famous Côte de Nuits appellation farmed organically and aged for 14 months in oak barrels, 40% new. Rich and robust with deep, dark and red fruit aromas, evolved spice and dry earthy notes leading onto a medium-bodied, silky smooth and structured palate. Fine tannins and a long, lingering finish round off this delicious, nicely mature red Burgundy from the Côte de Nuits.
Based in Nuits Saint Georges, the Ambroise family estate dates back to the 18th century.and farming organically since 2013.
Nuits St. George Vielle Vignes 2017, Domaine Robert Chevillon
£ 60.00

Raspberries and cherries on thenose,medium bodied and supple and expressive with lovely fruits and ripe tannin.

Pinot Noir 2021, Domaine Stentz-Buecher, Alsace
£ 19.50
Great Organic Wine. Pinot Noir is the only red wine authorized to be grown in the Alsace area. This wine has aromas of cherries,  strawberries and raspberries with supple, soft tannins but also a great depth of flavour.
Pinot Noir Granite 2017, Domaine Stentz-Buecher, Alsace
£ 42.00
This Pinot Noire is both unfiltered and un sulphured. The wine has been aged for 15 months in oak casks and is full bodied with great length. Very meaty and leathery, lots of spices and a vaguely medicinal quality. On the palate a dense and plummy style, a touch of roasted cocoa bean, freshening acids.
Pinot Noir Les Montees 2019, Cotes de la Charite Serge Dagueneau & Filles
£ 19.95
On the Clayey-chalky soils of St Lay the Dagueneaus produce excellent Pinot Noir grapes  from a small vineyard which are crafted into their Les Montees de St Lay Pinot Noir. Aromas of cherry and Morello cherry , black current and toasty spice
Resonnance Pinot Noir 2019, Willamette Valley, Oregon
£ 33.50
Owned by Burgundian House Louis Jadot, who produce a classic wine with vibrant fruit and wonderful depth
Savigny les Beaune Premier Cru Lavieres 2016, Domaine JJ Girard
£ 45.50
Aromas of red and dark fruits , blend on the palate with a little spicy oak . A long lingering smooth after taste .
Sharpham Pinot Noir 2021, England
£ 28.65
Bursting with cherry fruit aromas this is pretty Pinot Noir. The palate is light yet supple, packed with juicy red fruits. Tannis are softened by time in oak and add gentle spice to this excellent Pinot.
Terra Noble Gran Reserva Pinot Noir 2020, Chile
£ 16.00
Grown in the cool Casablanca area on granitic soil The wine is bright ruby in colour, with fresh aromas of red fruit, in particular cherry and strawberry, delicate and fruity flavours with perfect balance of ripe tannin

Terra Noble Reserva Pinot Noir 2022, Casablanca Valley, Chile
£ 11.95
Aromas of cherry, bramble and summer fruit. Cherries persist on the palate, masterfully combined with subtle oak to an elegant finish.
Volnay Premier Cru En Chevret 2015, Maison Louis Latour
£ 89.00
The "En Chevret" parcel of vines is located below the main road, just under the "Caillerets" parcel at the border of the village of Meursault. 

The Volnay 1er Cru "En Chevret" 2015 reveals an intense nose of red fruits, undergrowth and liquorice aromas. In the mouth it is round and elegant with mellow tannins.

Volnay Premier Cru Les Angles 2015, Domaine Louis Boillot
£ 99.00
Located on the Pommard side of the village, Les Angles is a warm site which is always picked first to ensure the grapes do not become over ripe.
The cool essence of red cherry, currant, floral and discreet wood nuances leads to detailed, punchy and precise medium-bodied flavors that possess a silky texture, all wrapped in a sappy and impressively long finale where a hint of cherry pit emerges. Good stuff.
Yering Station Pinot Noir 2023, Yarra Valley
£ 25.75
An introduction to the world of Yering Station, this wine stands as an exemplary Victorian expression. Produced with clean and modern winemaking techniques, it is silky, fresh and approachable. True to the regional style, it offers red cherries coupled with delicious brambly spice. The wine finishes long and juicy with a lovely briary spice carrying through alongside the ripe cherry fruit.