Amazing Pinot Noir

Amazing Pinot Noir contains 3 different regions of France, we start with a Pinot Noir from the center of France, just above Vichy from a young and talented winemaker called Florent Barichard  the wine is made on a plot called Les Gavroches aux Cailloux, the soils has big stones( les Cailloux) which obliges the vines to dig very deep in to the ground to find nutrients and water. The result is an amazing fresh red wine, vivid red colour and full of red fruits.
The second one is a usual suspect from Burgundy, a Haute Cotes de Beaune from Vincent Bachelet, a deep purple colour with a nose and palate of cherries and raspberries, this oak aged wine will develop nicely over time but can be drunk young and fruity.
The third one is from the Loire Valley, right next to Sancerre but without the price tag of Sancerre, it has a palate of red fruits with hints of white pepper, beautiful round tannins and you can just taste the oak aging process a bit.
It’s a must try for Pinot Noir lover, one of my favorites.

Price
£97.00 per case
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Country
France

Producers

Domaine des Terres d'ocre
France

After travelling the southern hemisphere garnering experience in New Zealand and South Africa, Florent Barichard settled back in his homeland in 2013 on the sandy terrains of Châtel-de-Neuvre. With the support of his aunt and uncle, Valérie and Éric, he divided up his 9.5 hectares vineyard, dedicating a third of it to white grape varieties

Vincent Bachelet
France

Vincent Bachelet is the 3rd generation of the Bachelet family to work the 17 hectares the domaine now has, the grapes come from the most pestigeous appeltions in Burgundy and the agriculture is done with minimal intervention. All grapes are handpicked and destemmed for the pinot noir and sorted, in the winery again all is

Domaine Tabordet
France

The domaine Mardon and Tabordet are jointly running their vineyards with the greatest care of the soils and nature , the objective being full conversion to organic wine making in the next few years. They use plants to filter the water and lower the risk of diseases in the vineyards .The entire wine making process