4 bottle pack.
At our recent Pinot World Cup tasting, we pitted eight fine pinot noirs from eight different countries (tasted blind), which brought a few surprises… and some real winners. We've grabbed the four most popular from the evening and put them into one great pack. One for Pinot lovers everywhere!
You get one bottle each of:
– Morey Saint Denis 1er Cru Clos des Ormes 2019 Georges Lignier, Burgundy
Dense plum red and purple with chocolate, raspberry, violet notes. There’s an enticing combo of ripeness and perfume. The palate mirrors the nose in its richness, mocha and chocolate texture with sweet, red apple and loganberry fruit. Power, presence and a hint of Chinese spice on the mid palate. Quite delicious
– Thörle Probstey Spatburgunder 2020 Rheinhessen, Germany
Deep, intense and spicy, with a beautifully pure bouquet of dark fruits that are interwoven with toasty and saline nuances. The generosity of the nose is reflected on the palate, which is full-bodied, rich and lush. This is a very elegant and refined Pinot Noir with fine, mineral acidity intermingled with delicate, crunchy tannins.
– Au Bon Climat, Sanford & Benedict Pinot Noir 2019 Santa Ynez Valley
From one of the truly great Pinot Noir vineyards of America. The palate is so pure and mineral; it feels almost like sucking a piece of pure limestone. However, behind that, a strawberry sweetness lurks, ready to roll over the palate when it is time.
– Paringa Estate Peninsula Pinot Noir 2022
From the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria – one of the finest Pinot Noir regions in Australia. The low yields of 2022 have produced a powerful, complex Pinot, with intense red cherry and spice aromas.
A perfumed nose with vibrant red and dark cherry notes, leads onto bold red fruit on the palate, underscored by fine tannins and a velvety texture.