The latest addition to Michelin star restaurant St JOHN's wine portfolio.
Departing from their usual Burgundy fixture in search for better value, this excellent Pinot Noir is fresh and devilishly moreish.
From Languedoc plots of 35% clay/limestone, 65% silty clay, with noticeable salts at higher altitudes in area, Guyot trained. Non-certified organic practices. Fully destemmed, crushed, cold fermentation, punching down for extraction. Malolactic fermentation with oak staves and matured in concrete tanks with oak staves for 6 months before bottling.
Tasting profile: Fresh – Red fruits – Violets – Moreish
Varietals: Pinot Noir 100%
13% | 75cl
About St JOHN
Opening its doors in Clerkenwell in 1994, St John restaurant was a pioneer in nose-to-tail dining, serving up gutsy but sophisticated British cooking with a Michelin star but defiantly casual style.
They now have a bunch of restaurants, bakeries and a wine dealership under the St John name.