Lyme Bay Pinot Noir

Most of the Pinot Noir planted in the UK is used to make sparkling wine but when the conditions are right (meaning warm enough!) we’re starting to make pretty good red wines too. The winery that makes this is in Devon but the grapes are grown in Essex, a bit of a hot spot for grapes as it turns out. Gorgeous with light (but not thin) black cherry fruit flavours along with a dash of spice from a touch of oak ageing. One of the best English reds I’ve tasted to date. On a hot day, pop this in the fridge for 2o minutes before serving.

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