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Gusbourne Pinot Noir ‘Boot Hill’ 2016, Ashford England£32.50 More info & buy This Pinot Noir is produced in tiny parcel using fruit exclusively from Gusbourne's Boot Hill vineyard. The notion that English vineyards cannot produce quality still wine should be firmly banished upon tasting this wine. The nose, thanks to maturation in French oak, boasts a pretty array of cranberry and raspberry with a delicate earthy note. The palate, whilst being nimble, offers layers of earthy red fruit with nicely judged spice and perfectly balanced acidity. Bravo to the team at Gusbourne, this is one of England's finest still wines without a doubt!
Beaune Pertuizots 1er Cru 2003, Domaine Bouzereau£39.95 More info & buy A truly enticing nose, perfumed and complex with offerings of red cherry, cranberry, earthy spice, gamey notes, violets and truffle. In the mouth, there's great concentration, and despite its delicate nature the palate possesses layer upon layer of red fruit and sweet spice. This vintage is fully mature with perfectly weighted acidity and sweet tannin. The finish is indicative of great Pinot Noir. If you're after elegance and complexity this wine will not disappoint. Decant for an hour and serve with roast duck.