Bolney Estate Foxhole Pinot Noir 2014

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  • £17.00
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  • 11.5%
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WINE REVIEW

Pinot Noir is a grape that has never been a favourite of mine, but is fast becoming a bit of a addiction!

Bolney’s Pinot has very attractive aromas of freshly picked raspberry and red fruit, sprinkled with a seasoning of toasted spice.

On the palate, an inviting acidity partners youthful red berry fruit flavours – with focus on tart red cherry and raspberry. Lovely rich spiced oak flavours develop, leading to a light silky tannin finish.

As with other English Pinot’s, this can be served slightly chilled below room temperature – this makes the wine super refreshing to drink, whilst retaining those youthful red fruit flavours.

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John Mobbs
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