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.
This Pinot Noir is made from 45-year-old vines in Santenay, the village in which the founder of the winery, Vincent Girardin, was born.
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.
This wine is stuffed full of bright red fruit flavours, think cherries and redcurrants, with a fine firm tannic structure and balancing acidity that makes it a great foil for all manner of food.
One half of the Abbotts & Delaunay powerhouse, Laurent Delaunay, has returned to Burgundy to make modern-day wines and resurrect his family estate.
Domaine Marchard de Gramont picks every Pinot Noir grape by hand before it ages this light, smooth Pinot Noir in its 11th-century cellar for up to 14 months in both French and American 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.
Bouchard Aîné & Fils has produced Pinot Noir in the heart of Burgundy since 1750.