Sharpham Pinot Noir and Précoce 2013

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Sharpham Pinot Noir & Précoce 2013

Grape variety: 50% Pinot Noir & 50% Pinot Noir Précoce

Perfectly ripe grapes were hand picked, destemmed, then hand plunged during an extended cold maceration. A delicious bright wine packed full of sweet round plummy fruit. The finish is dry and savoury with lingering red fruits.

Tasting notes/more info

£24.50 per bottle / £294 case of 12 bottles

Free delivery on orders over £150.00

Sharpham Pinot Noir & Précoce 2013

Tasting notes

Style:- Light Pinot with good structure

Colour:- Light ruby red

Nose:- Oaky, Spicey bouquet                           

Palate:- Raspberries, cloves, hints of tobacco and ripe acidity.

Wine making

The red grapes were picked during the latter part of October. They were brought into the winery, crushed and de-stemmed before being put into a specialist tank to fully ferment on their skins. After five days the grapes are pressed to extract the wine, before being transferred into barrels where a malo-lactic fermentation takes place.

Food notes

Great with lamb. 

Awards

TROPHY - 'BEST WINE IN UK' - UKVA National Competition

 

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Grape variety: 50% Pinot Noir & 50% Pinot Noir Precocé

Perfectly ripe grapes were hand picked, destemmed, then hand plunged during an extended cold maceration. A delicious bright wine packed full of sweet round plummy fruit. The finish is dry and savoury with lingering red fruits.

£24.50 per bottle / £294 case of 12 bottles

Free delivery on orders over £150.00

Tasting notes

Style:- Light Pinot with good structure

Colour:- Light ruby red

Nose:- Oaky, Spicey bouquet                           

Palette:- Raspberries, cloves, hints of tobacco and ripe acidity.

Wine making

The red grapes were picked during the latter part of October. They were brought into the winery, crushed and de-stemmed before being put into a specialist tank to fully ferment on their skins. After five days the grapes are pressed to extract the wine, before being transferred into barrels where a malo-lactic fermentation takes place.

Food notes

Great with lamb. 

Awards

TROPHY - 'BEST WINE IN UK' - UKVA National Competition

Click here for a printable/PDF version

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