Lockdown 3.1 – Every could has a silver lining, right?! Elliot is back with 3 more fantastic wines that are sure to make your Friday night! Join Elliot, the winemakers and special guests on Friday 15th January
*CHEESE PAIRING* – Get your cheese and crackers here – a perfect pairing for this case and Elliot will run through the cheese on Friday too!
What’s in Lockdown 3.1:
The Pepper Pot by Edgebaston in South Africa is a powerful wine! Exactly as it says on the label, it’s spicy, packs a punch and is a pleasure to drink. The wine was created to show off the spicy varietals of the Rhone whilst still remaining fresh and fruity when in perfect balance.
The colour of the wine is youthful and gives off a purple/red hue on the edges. A glass of The Pepper Pot gives off an aroma of crushed black pepper (unsurprisingly) as well as a rich aroma of black fruits; dark Mulberry’s and a mixed berry coulis is dominant on the nose
The Nutbourne Vineyards Sussex Reserve was created by the adventurous Bridget Gladwin back in 1991. The Nutbourne wines are unique, they are a pioneer in the UK wine industry, with 20 acres of vines being planted with Germanic varieties (Bacchus, Huxelrebe and Reichensteiner) in 1980.
Jordan Inspector Peringuey is named in memory of Inspector General of Vineyards by the Government of the Cape who lead the fight against phylloxera and the pioneer of entomology in South Africa.