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.
Framingham has made this style its own by using a portion of whole grape bunches. After 10 months in oak, this Pinot has notes of cranberry, cherry, plum and oak spice and silky tannins.
The grapes behind the Firepeak develop over a long ripening season, and you'll taste it in this balanced, complex wine. It has notes of cherry, blackberry and cola, a fresh acidity and supple tannins.
Rich, full-bodied and elegant. Eerything a vintage Champagne should be. The vintage blend is usually Pinot Noir dominated, for a firmer structure. A Champagne for those who enjoy a more complex style.
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.
Rarer than its white counterpart, Sancerre Rouge is some of the finest Pinot Noir produced in France.