Wine & Spirits Tag: Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Cote des Roses – France

Creativity and inspiration often go without words. They are expressed with shapes, colours, materials, sensitivities, tastes and sounds. Here they take the form of the Rose, the universal symbol of Love. A true work of art, the Cote des Roses bottle conveys French elegance. It is a blossoming of fruity and complex flavours, a fresh nose in a remarkable bottle, an unforgettable experience. Cote des Roses, wines made in France, under the southern sun, with love.

Domaine Carneros – United States

Domaine Carneros is a singular Napa Valley winery best known as a small grower-producer of mŽthode traditionelle sparkling wine, Pinot Noir, estate vineyards, and a breathtakingly beautiful ch‰teau. Founded by the noble family behind Champagne Taittinger, Domaine Carneros was established in 1987 when Claude Taittinger selected a 138-acre parcel in the heart of Carneros, Napa Valley.

Domaine Drouhin Oregon – United States

Poised atop the Dundee Hills, with gentle slopes that capture the breezes and sunshine, our 235-acre estate overlooking the Willamette Valley produces some of the finest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit in the world. Our densely planted vines are farmed sustainably, L.I.V.E. certified, and tended to by hand when leaves and fruit are thinned; harvesting is also done entirely by hand.

Fess Parker – United States

When Fess Parker purchased the 714-acre Foxen Canyon Ranch in 1988, he planned to run cattle, plant a few acres of vineyard, and perhaps, someday, establish a small winery. His dream was to start a family business that he could pass on to future generations. Eli Parker and his sister Ashley Parker Snider are now the stewards of their father’s vision for the family portfolio of businesses. Eli and Ashley work closely with Winery President, Tim Snider and their children, Spencer Shull and Greer Shull.

Greywacke – New Zealand

Greywacke (pronounced Greywacky) is the Marlborough label of the Judd family and the name of New Zealand’s most abundant bedrock. These understated grey river stones are found throughout Marlborough’s rivers and alluvial vineyard soils. Established in 2009, Greywacke is truly a family affair. The fruit is sourced from mature vineyards in prime viticultural sites to optimise the potential afforded by Marlborough’s sunny South Pacific climate. The Greywacke range is primarily based on two varieties, sauvignon blanc and pinot noir. Kevin’s signature vineyard photographs provide the distinctive identity of the Greywacke labels

Joseph Drouhin – France

For the last 140 years, Maison Joseph Drouhin has been in the hands of the Drouhin family. Today, the fourth generation is at the helm, animated by the same passion that inspired the founder of the company. With close to 90 different appellations, Joseph Drouhin offers a fascinating array of Burgundy terroirs in all their authenticity and subtle variations.

Nautilus Estate – New Zealand

Our energetic and innovative viticultural and winemaking team takes the approach of blending several different fruit parcels to achieve layers of complexity in the wines, focusing on their texture and mouth-feel. Our state-of-the-art but small-scale winemaking facilities give them the tools to achieve this. Whilst Nautilus wines can easily be enjoyed on their own, we believe they are even better when paired with delicious food and the philosophy of creating food-friendly wines is paramount for winemaker Clive Jones.

Opawa – New Zealand
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Opawa (or “_paoa” meaning”Smoky River” in Maori). The Opawa River formed the stony vineyard soils which are responsible for the delicious aromas and flavours in Opawa wines. Opawa wines are crafted with minimal intervention.