A fine example of Pinot Noir at this price with plenty of soft ripe blackberry and raspberry fruit. A versatile and easy-drinking wine that goes well with grilled meats and ham, terrines and pâtes.
The Saint Georges Pinot Noir is elegant and perfumed. It has notes of violets and raspberry that are balanced by refreshing acidity.
With fruit taken from acclaimed Caneros and Monterey County, it's all about juicy red fruit (think cranberries, cherries, and raspberries), and delicate hints of cedar, smoke, and bay leaf.
One half of the Abbotts & Delaunay powerhouse, Laurent Delaunay, has returned to Burgundy to make modern-day wines and resurrect his family estate.
Brent Marris is the man behind our best-selling white wine. He's also the distant relative of one of King Henry the First's rumoured illegitimate children.
Mornington Peninsula is a sub-region of Victoria which, in recent years, has been identified as arguably the best area in Australia for cultivating the classic Burgundian varieties.
This displays Monterey's cooler-climate brilliance with hints of red cherry, raspberry and toasted oak.
Displaying subtle hints of red fruit and violets on the nose, with a well rounded palate of cherry and raspberry fruit with a rounded texture. Gently tannic and with good length.
From grapes sourced across the Burgundy region, primarily from old Cote d'Or vines. Maison Nicolas Potel is a respected name in Burgundy. Perfect with chicken and tangy cheeses.