Sold Out!

P is for PINOT


How do you know if someone drinks Pinot? They tell you.
It may not be the coolest grape, but it's probably the most well known. Cabernet Sauvignon is famous the world over for it's heavily structured, tannic wines that are given to long periods of age in oak. Cabernet produces some of the longest lived red wines in the world. Deep black and blue fruits, cedar, spice and cigar underpin the variety, and it is an ideal partner of steak, grilled meats and bold flavours - high tannic content is hugely favourable to match high protein content. Cabernet's spiritual home is Bordeaux, but it'll grow anywhere - we've got 6 from across the world. Scintilating wine at €145 (reduced from €140!)

Starting in France, Rudolph Demougeot Bourgogne Rouge from Burgundy is the newest addition to the Winelab Portfolio. Situated in Meursault, this red Burgundy is utterly majestic - silky and fragrant. Tacherons Pinot Noir is from an area just south of Burgundy called Limoux. Carl Koch Spatburgunder is the German iteration of the variety, it is beautifully savoury and elegant. This is gem is a vivid cool climate representation of the variety. 

Escarpment 'Noir' Pinot Noir comes from Martinborough in New Zealand, the well drained, gravelly soils of the area make a very particular style of Pinot Noir, boasting loads of exotic and red fruits. Moving stateside and first to California, Folk Machine Central Coast Pinot is a seductive and surprisingly elegent Pinot from wine maker Kenny Likitprakong, made in the world's first carbon neutral winery. Up the coast to the Pacific North West in Oregon, Evening Land Seven Seas is from a famous vineyard and shows off the lush character that marks Pinot from here, with a lovely dash of cherry cola. STSWine

customers are viewing this product
Have Questions?Ask One of our Experts
P is for PINOT
You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered