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Pinot Noir, Gris & Meunier Case
£120.00

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Pinot Noir, Gris & Meunier Case

Jeanne and her partner Gennaro founded Domaine Dame Jeanne in 2017, just after finishing wine making school. The entire estate, much like her parents' Champagne House - Piollot - is founded on biodynamics, and restoring life to the soil. The winemaking style is hands off, with intervention only when necessary. The resulting wines are pure, delicate, and full of life. A really delicious sparkling wine with the lightest of pink hues; perfect for Christmas Day breakfast.

Mick and Jeanine Craven produce wine in Stellenbosch, and are pivotal to the region's reputation for producing seriously excellent wine. Pinot Gris is incredibly rare in South Africa and the Cravens do everything they can to preserve the immense flavour it offers. 6 days on skins with very gentle pressing gives all the colour while maintaining freshness. Served with some Test Valley Smoked Trout, this is serious Christmas luxury. 

Adrian Pike, winemaker and owner at Westwell describes this wine's colour as 'Rose Quartz. Is there really anything else to say? Part of his 2018 Experimental Cuvées this is a Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier co-ferment from the Kentish Countryside. The future of English wine has arrived, and it's got a bright pink wax seal!

Chitry is a small village in North Burgundy, just 10km West of Chablis as the crow flies. An area famous for Aligoté, only a small proportion of the region's vines are Pinot Noir. Being so far North the reds have a little more tannin, almost a slight green-ness which makes the wine incredibly versatile with food. Olivier makes this incredibly unpretentious Pinot Noir to enjoy with food that he likes, every evening of the week. 

The second wine from Jeanne and Gennaro in the case is this blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay. An impostor in our Pinot Case, but as it only makes up 10% of the blend and offers such epic juicy fruit, we will let it in. Something to drink in in the interlude between breakfast and lunch; preferably with some saucisson.

Theo Coles has single-handedly reminded us what New Zealand wine should look, smell and taste like. There is a density and purity of fruit in this like no other. Made, with minimal interventions, in Canterbury it is a welcome addition to this case and to your Christmas table.

2018 Dame Jeanne Cremant de Bourgogne Premices. Burgundy, France

Jeanne and her partner Gennaro founded Domaine Dame Jeanne in 2017, just after finishing wine making school. The entire estate, much like her parents' Champagne House - Piollot - is founded on biodynamics, and restoring life to the soil. The winemaking style is hands off, with intervention only when necessary. The resulting wines are pure, delicate, and full of life. A really delicious sparkling wine with the lightest of pink hues; perfect for Christmas Day breakfast.

2019 Craven Pinot Gris. Stellenbosch, South Africa

Mick and Jeanine Craven produce wine in Stellenbosch, and are pivotal to the region's reputation for producing seriously excellent wine. Pinot Gris is incredibly rare in South Africa and the Cravens do everything they can to preserve the immense flavour it offers. 6 days on skins with very gentle pressing gives all the colour while maintaining freshness. Served with some Test Valley Smoked Trout, this is serious Christmas luxury. 

2018 Westwell Pink. Kent, England

Adrian Pike, winemaker and owner at Westwell describes this wine's colour as 'Rose Quartz. Is there really anything else to say? Part of his 2018 Experimental Cuvées this is a Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier co-ferment from the Kentish Countryside. The future of English wine has arrived, and it's got a bright pink wax seal!

2018 Olivier Morin Constance Bourgogne Rouge. Burgundy, France

Chitry is a small village in North Burgundy, just 10km West of Chablis as the crow flies. An area famous for Aligoté, only a small proportion of the region's vines are Pinot Noir. Being so far North the reds have a little more tannin, almost a slight green-ness which makes the wine incredibly versatile with food. Olivier makes this incredibly unpretentious Pinot Noir to enjoy with food that he likes, every evening of the week. 

2019 Dame Jeanne Terre de Sienne. Burgundy, France

The second wine from Jeanne and Gennaro in the case is this blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay. An impostor in our Pinot Case, but as it only makes up 10% of the blend and offers such epic juicy fruit, we will let it in. Something to drink in in the interlude between breakfast and lunch; preferably with some saucisson.

2018 The Hermit Ram Pinot Noir Whole Bunch. Canterbury, New Zealand

Theo Coles has single-handedly reminded us what New Zealand wine should look, smell and taste like. There is a density and purity of fruit in this like no other. Made, with minimal interventions, in Canterbury it is a welcome addition to this case and to your Christmas table.