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Bolney Pinot Noir, West Sussex, England 2017

West Sussex, England


Tasting Notes

A fantastic example of a cool climate Pinot, made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. It has a good light to medium body, full of red cherry, bacon and hints of cedar wood, which give a lovely complexity on the bouquet and palate.

Food Matches

Soft Cheese, Mushroom Risotto & Game

Wine Profile

Wine Type Red Wine

Vintage 2017

Style Light & Fruity Reds

Country England

Region West Sussex

Grower Name Bolney

Grape Variety Pinot Noir

ABV 11.50%

Closure Screw Cap

Bottle Size 75cl

Allergens Sulphites

Method Vegan



West Sussex

West Sussex is a region in Southern England, producing some of the best and most modern English wines to be found. Wines are white, red and sparkling and grape varieties grown typically include Pinot Noir for reds, while whites are dominated by Chardonnay, Huxelrebe and Bacchus. A cool climate region like much of the British Isles, wines are often light in body (and tannins… Read More

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is the grape variety used in all quality red wines from Burgundy, and as a varietal wine in several parts of the New World, most notably New Zealand, California and Chile. It is also one of the three grape varieties commonly used in the production of Champagne and other traditional method sparkling wines of the world, either as a 100% blancs de noirs or (more… Read More

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