Ancre Hill Estates Pinot Noir, Welsh Regional Wine 2014
Aromas of red fruits such as wild strawberry and black cherry combined with spice. The palate follows the same theme and shows red cherries, blueberry, hints of liquorice and a long, smooth finish.
|Bottle Size||75 cl|
|Major Grape||Pinot Noir|
|Grapes||100% Pinot Noir|
|Drinking Guide||Drink Now|
|Food Match||Pork Belly|
|Notes||Screwcap, Environmentally-Friendly, Organic, Vegetarian|
Pinot Noir is now the UK's most widely planted variety and, luckily, it suits the UK's naturally cool climate. Ancre Hill's vineyards are just outside Monmouth in Wales, planted by owners Richard and Joy Morris back in 2006. Since the release of their first wines a few years later they've been quietly winning fans and medals with their 'biodynamic' wines (super organic with added natural treatments in the vineyard). This one's light and fresh with smooth cherry fruit flavours and a touch of spice. Definitely worth tracking down.