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Le Grand Noir Pinot Noir 2014
  • Elegant French Pinot Noir
  • Light bodied and delicate
  • Berry characters with pepper hints

Le Grand Noir Pinot Noir 2014 x12

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Here's a stylish Pinot Noir that offers outstanding value and character. From the Minervois region of Languedoc Roussillon in France, it offers layers of juicy red berry characters with a distinctive cloak of spice. The perfect red wine to enjoy in the warmer months.

Wine Region

FRANCE

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

85% Pinot Noir 15% Grenache

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Enjoy with a wide range of meat dishes, but could also enjoyed with fish such as tuna or salmon.

Oak

A small proportion, 10% is matured in oak barrels for 6 months

Colour

Ruby red

Nose

Aromas of cherry and strawberry

Palate

A very distinctive and immediately enjoyable Pinot Noir, this is a very juicy, raspberryish, cherryish wine with hints of strawberry and oak and a refreshing note of pepper.

Background

Made in a very Burgundian manner. The whole bunches went through a period of cold soak. Fermentation on skins lasted 2 weeks prior to pressing. There was a Burgundian-style manual punch-down to break up the cap and maximise colour. Very little press wine was used.

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