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Explore Pinot Noir 6 Bottle Case

Meaning 'pine black' in French, Pinot Noir is grown across the world and dates back to the middle ages. It is notable for its light body and fruit flavours and as much as it's enjoyed among drinkers, growers aren't as fond of it. It grows in clumps and is therefore susceptible to rot and other hazards so be sure to be thankful that Pinot Noir has been able to make it to your glass at all!

Gunn Estate Reserve Pinot Noir 2019 (Marlborough, NZ) This dark garnet coloured Pinot Noir has aromas of dark cherry, wild forest berries and dark chocolate supported by notes of Shiitake mushrooms, vanilla and nutmeg. The vibrant palate has excellent texture with fine powdery tannins and a seam of acid that assists length.

Kina Beach Pinot Noir 2015 (Nelson, NZ) The Pinot has obvious signs of age, with a tinge of orange on edges of the glass and notes of jammy black fruits on the palate. There’s a subtle spice of cinnamon and white pepper on the finish which will leave you coming back for more. Drink now!

Calabria Richland Pinot Noir 2020 (Riverina, Australia) The 2020 release is bright ruby in the glass with ripe cherries, hints of wild strawberry and juicy raspberry on the palate. This wine was made to be drunk now, so pop the top and enjoy!

Sacred Hill Origin Pinot Noir 2020 (Marlborough, NZ) This supple and vibrant Pinot Noir offers aromas of dark cherry, raspberry and fruit compote supported by forest floor, wild mushroom and thyme. The palate shows good richness, suede-like tannins and a clean acidity that assists length.

Rambling Roses Pinot Noir 2020 (Australia) Blackcurrant like colour in appearance with subtle tanning edges typical of Pinot Noir. The nose is lifted and bright with strawberry plus red and black currants with juicy berried fruits flowing through to the mid-weight palate. The wine has lovely depth of flavour and whilst is a wonderful table wine and food accompaniment, this Pinot Noir also looks great after a short chill in the fridge on a warm day. 

Te Muna Valley The Hawk Pinot Noir 2010 (Martinborough, NZ) A hand picked Martinborough Pinot Noir from the Redbank Estate where the wines are sustainably grown on their Te Muna Road block. Powerful and fruit-focused style with generous flavours and engaging complexity.

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