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Pinot Noir Wine

Okay, so hands up those of you who haven't seen the film 'Sideways'? If not, don't even bother reading on (buy some wine, sure, but…) go and watch it now. That film gives some context as to the levels that some people are prepared to go to in their pursuit of the perfect Pinot, and whilst we're not advocating the levels of overindulgence contained therein, there are definitely some lessons to be learned. The Pinot Noir Grape can reasonably accurately be described as a 'sponge' - sucking up the terroir around it with effortless ease. We like Pinot. Can you tell?

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Produced by Jean-Claude Boisset in the Côte de Nuits, this is a rich Pinot Noir which was aged for 15 months in oak. This included 20% new wood. This wine is ready to drink now, though it can be...  More info
£46.73
This New Zealand Marlborough Pinot Noir is from the Awatere Valley and is from the Ballochdale winery that was set up at the start of the Millennium.  More info
£25.59
This South African Pinot Noir is full of fruity strawberry notes and is great by itself or with lighter meat dishes.  More info
£15.02
The 2006 Bertrand Ambroise Nuits St Georges gained 88 points from Wine Spectator, and is an elegantly structured Burgundian Pinot Noir.  More info
£40.39
This is a Grand Cru Burgundian red from the Dugat family made from the Pinot Noir grape.  More info
£100.66
The grapes for this fine Pinot Noir come from Marlborough's southern valleys and have been allowed to ferment on the natural yeasts on the skins of the grapes. The wine has been aged in 45% new French...  More info
£36.15
A definite wine for cellaring, Crystallum's 2010 Pinot Noir is a tightly contained little wine which will mature very nicely through to 2020...  More info
£37.22
This is a Martinborough Pinot Noir from Ata Rangi using grapes harvested from vines that are between 10 and 30 years old.  More info
£47.79
Classic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Cloudy Bay.  More info
£25.48
This rosé from the Loire Valley is made from 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Gamay for a light and delicate style.  More info
£13.97
This is a full flavoured Californian Pinot Noir, rich with red fruit and smoky flavours but with a light mouth-feel - delicious.  More info
£12.91
Urlar Pinot Noir 2010
(75cl, 14%)
The grapes were hand-picked to make this New Zealand Pinot Noir and aged in 25% new French oak barriques. The wine has not been fined or filtered and has a delicious red fruit bouquet.  More info
£19.25
A lovely Pinot-based sparkler from Chapel Down, based in the lovely town of Tenterden in Kent, England. This was awarded a Bronze Medal at the 2011 Decanter World Wine Awards.  More info
£25.70
This Premier Cru Volnay is hand-harvested and undergoes 100% malolactic fermentation.  More info
£38.28
This is a Premier Cru Givry from Domaine Du Clos Salomon in Burgundy with a really tangy fruity quality to it.  More info
£27.70
This Marlborough Pinot Noir is very versatile and will complement a variety of meals from roast duck through to red meat, or even a heavier pasta dish.  More info
£25.59
Larry McKenna makes fantastic wine such as this 2008 Pinot Noir at his winery in Marlborough, New Zealand. This Pinot Noir is left to macerate on its skins for an average of eighteen days then is left...  More info
£23.47
Cloudy Bay's 2009 Pinot Noir boasts a fabulously silky, supple texture with a perfect level of acidity. It offers up hints of cherry and sweet summer fruits and just a touch of oak. Ready to drink...  More info
£19.95
A pinot from the one of the best-regarded producers in New Zealand's Marlborough region.  More info
£25.88
2010 was a great year for Burgundian wine so to find a red of this quality under £20 is great value.  More info
£18.19
Gevrey-Chambertain is from the Côte de Nuits region of Burgundy. This wine is made using the Pinot Noir grape (mandatory for Burgundian reds) by Frederic Magnien. Frederic is a part of the fifth...  More info
£38.28
Chambolle-Musigny is a particularly silky Burgundian Pinot Noir thanks to the limestone-based soil the vines are grown on and the 2007 from Jean-Claude Boisset is no exception.  More info
£46.73
The Plantagenet wines are made in the Mount Barker township in Western Australia, the Omrah Pinot Noir achieved a respectable 88 points from Robert Parker for the 2010 vintage.  More info
£16.08
Dog Point was founded by James Healy and Ivan Sutherland, who both previously worked at Cloudy Bay, in 2003. They harvest old vines and take a minimalist approach to winemaking, using naturally...  More info
£29.81
Produced in Wairarapa, New Zealand, Marion's Vineyard Pinot is a rich, approachable wine. Its good structure will allow it to become even more complex with a little cellaring.  More info
£31.94
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