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Around the World in Pinot Noir

£127.00 £114.30

Four bottles of World-Class Pinot Noir

Here we present a round-the-world tour of Pinot Noir. Perhaps the world’s greatest grape variety, and certainly responsible for the world’s rarest and most sought-after wines. In true Cellar's style, we’ve got some stone-cold-classics mixing it up with new regions making waves in the Pinot scene.

Corofin Settlement Vineyard, Marlborough

£29.00 > £26.10

Marlborough has made a name for itself as a home of great quality Pinot Noir. Although arguably it's all imbibed a little too young and the wines perhaps don't have the time to mature and really show themselves. Well, here we have a 2015 Pinot from one of the masters of Malborough Pinot, Mike Paterson, formerly head winemaker at Jackson Estate. There's a core of ripe red fruit, giving way to earthy and savoury notes from bottle age, a succulent texture, and fine-grained tannin.

Valle d'Aoste, Elio Ottin

£29.00 > £26.10

This is a new discovery for us here at Cellars, and we're excited to get it on the list. Elio Ottin makes remarkable Pinot Noir high in the Italian Alps. All that altitude produces a unique expression of Pinot Noir. It's full of ripe fruit, but also delicate and fresh at the same time. Really lovely balance here.

Bourgogne Rouge, Joseph Roty

£30.00 > £27.00

The Roty family has been making wine in Burgundy since the 15th century, you might say they know what they are doing by now. Always dense and spicy, this 2018 is slightly softer than the usual house-style, but still has the dense and spicy quality that the Roty's are famous for. It has lovely immediate appeal and gorgeous aromatics but would benefit from at least an hour or two open before drinking. World-class Pinot Noir from one of Burgundy's top producers.

Evening Land, Seven Springs, Oregon 

£39.00 > £35.10

Beautiful Pinot vibes with notes of cherry, wild strawberry, and white pepper. It's silky, with lovely smooth tannin. You couldn't get more different in terms of style compared to Roty, with a much smoother vibe giving this wine finesse and elegance compared to power and spice from Monsieur Roty - try them side-by-side and see which you prefer! 


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