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An excellent example of a cool climate Pinot Noir, well balanced, it has soft tannins and juicy strawberry and red cherry on the palate. Leather, spice and chocolate complement fresh plums and a smooth and creamy finish.
Perfectly complements grilled asparagus, pork, duck and rabbit as well as game birds. The light elegance of this wine does not over power, so a good fit with lighter, less richly flavoured foods, especially Brie!
GOLD - Wine GB Awards 2019
SILVER - International Wine Challenge (Tranche 1) 2020
"This is quite simply one of the finest English red wines I have ever tasted."
- Will Lyons, Wine Columnist for The Sunday Times
This is by far my favourite wine from the estate so far and I have tried a few! Likely will treat myself to a bottle a month.
We bought a couple of bottles of the Bolney Pinot Noir a few years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. For some reason we hadn't bought more recently but then the lockdown and time to reflect on the nice wines we have had and there was a review of Bolney in our paper - so we thought we'd have a look at the website. It was very easy to navigate and so we bought 6 pinots and some whites. The pinot is lovely - lighter than the NZ variety but just as worth drinking. The whites are pretty good too!
this pinot noir is simply fabulous, first experienced it 3 years ago in a restaurant, what a delight, I've been hooked ever since, the lovely light fruity flavours come first, then the deeper creamy flavours kick in ! this is such a nice wine, it is as good with meat, as it is with cheese or even on its own, delicious i would highly recommend
Light and refreshing summer red with juicy red fruit. Drank it in the garden with friends in Sussex. Seemed appropriate! Will certainly buy again.
Unaccustomed to English red wine, I tasted this on a tour and subsequently one of the bottles I purchased for dinner. It’s a very high quality pinot noir, certainly able to rival Burgundian village wines and approaching some of the cru’s. Not yet a wine for ageing (therefore lovely to drink now), but if the vigneron and winemaker keep up this quality, their still reds could become a staple favourite. Delicious.