Pinot Noir Twenty Nineteen

Focused and refined on the palate, this single vineyard wine shows lots of pure, bright fruits with wild strawberry, plum and redcurrant notes.

£35.00

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Pinot Noir

REALLY SHOWS THE PROMISE OF ENGLISH PINOT NOIR.

Mid youthful purple red; a particularly pretty black cherry fruit scent, persistent too; medium full, fresh, delicately tannic, with a touch of residual CO2; sweet, pure, gently juicy, long and subtle to taste, a real aromatic complexity here, and with excellent aromatic, lightly spicy length. This is very good indeed and, as with the earlier wines, really shows the promise of English Pinot Noir. On the cusp of lesser 1er Cru.

Michael Schuster, The Wine Merchant

A CLASSY DIMENSION.

Judicious oaking adds a classy dimension to Gusbourne’s gorgeous, savoury, mocha-led 2018 Boot Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir.

Jane MacQuitty, The Times

SLENDER AND DELICATE.

Ripe, red cherry notions on the nose come with a restraining sense of smokiness. The palate, slender and delicate, then adds lovely pepper spice while translucent, silky tannins fold gently around that lithe body.

Anne Krebiehl MW, Wine Enthusiast

ethereal charm

A delightful nose with summer pudding, strawberry and blackberry to the fore, then a little spice and a hint of menthol and eucalypt. The palate is soft and approachable, acidity finely balanced but far from obtrusive, hints of spice and pepper from the oak. The ethereal charm belies harmonious weight and a texture which will work well, gastronomically speaking. The finish is poised and persuasive, soft spice framing the edifice very agreeably. 92 points

Simon Field MW, Decanter
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Pinot Noir

Aromas of ripe strawberry, morello cherry and earthy spiciness combine with attractive wild raspberry and cranberry on the palate.

Pinot Noir

24 awards to date

Including 13 golds and 11 silvers from competitions such as IWSC, Decanter and Wine GB.

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Chef Adam Byatt is the chef and owner of Trinity in Clapham, which has held a Michelin star since 2016 and has been voted in the top ten restaurants in London numerous times. Byatt knows how to invent a feast for the tastebuds and has recommended Gusbourne Pinot Noir as a brilliant wine pairing to his creations.

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Spaghetti

Byatt recommends pairing Pinot Noir with his modern take on a traditional Italian recipe; Sardine Bolognese. The delicate, crunchy red fruits work really well with the oily fish, bouncing off the tomato sauce. Cool climate Pinot is an ideal pairing, because the structure is elegant yet still retains freshness. Other classics that pair beautifully with Pinot Noir include earth mushroom recipes, as well as duck based dishes, where the silky tannin and elegant freshness of the Pinot Noir really balances the richness of the duck meat.

Pinot Noir Twenty Nineteen

Analysis

GRAPE VARIETY:

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL:

12%

TITRATABLE ACIDITY:

5.3g/l

PH:

3.5

Factsheets:

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2019

Winemaking

CLONES:

828 and 777

PROCESSING:

5 days cold soak
100% destemmed 
Fermented on skins at 22°C for 14 days in stainless steel tanks

BARREL AGEING:

10 months in French oak

MALOLACTIC:

100%

BOTTLING DATE:

10th December 2020

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir Twenty Nineteen

Focused and refined on the palate, this single vineyard wine shows lots of pure, bright fruits with wild strawberry, plum and redcurrant notes.

£35.00

QTY

Free standard delivery to UK mainland.

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