100% Of Pinot Noir English Grapes Grown on the Estate, A dark, blue-black–skinned variety of early ripening pinot noir called Frühburgunder by the Germans and Swiss but Pinot Noir Précoce by the French,.
By getting it into the winery quickly, removing the stems from the bunches and macerating for 10 days punching down the skins into the must encouraging the interaction with the skins and fermenting juices. One third is fermented and aged in barrel during malolactic and then on lees for 6 months. After it is racked and bottled
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Appearance: A rich garnet core with a ruby red rim.
Nose: Sweet toasty nose, with a good expression of ripe raspberry, black cherry fruits with a hint of spice.
Tasting Notes: Full of red cherry flavours and hints of toasted oak which gives a lovely complexity on the palate.
Food Pairing: Goes extremely well with creamy dishes, soft or mild cheese like brie and goats cheese. For meat, it compliments well with chicken, rabbit, game birds and pork. Also, try serving with smoked buffalo mozzarella and cured ham.