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Worcestershire, Herefordshire

Sixteen Ridges Precoce Pinot Noir 2021

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Worcestershire, Herefordshire
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Pinot Noir
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The 2024 Wine of Great Britain Award winning garnet coloured red wine is medium bodied with aromas of cherry, vanilla, and a hint of raspberry. The palate is all cherry bakewell and blackberry, with a structured oak character and tannins providing a long, dry finish. Pair with duck dishes, lamb; game; or rich mushroom dishes.

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Sixteen Ridges Precoce Pinot Noir


Sixteen Ridges is a 6 acre vineyard situated on a sheltered hillside north of Worcester with views of the Severn River Valley. The Pinot Noir vines have been managed by winemaker Simon Day since planting in 2007. From the 2014 vintage some of the grapes used also come from a vineyard on the outskirts of Ledbury at Redbank, Herefordshire.

"Due to our commitment to environmentally friendly production services, we have gained full accreditation as members of Sustainable Wines of Great Britain (SWGB). Our unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship drives us to constantly seek ways to reduce our carbon footprint through thoughtful packaging choices and an eco-conscious winery design that promotes responsible energy and water use.

This accreditation now enables us to extend contract winemaking services to fellow SWGB-accredited vineyards, authorising them to use the official marque on their labels.

We champion Haygrove’s "Triple Bottom Line" philosophy, "People, Profit, and Planet" making us well-positioned to lead the charge in sustainable vinification." - Haygrove Evolution

Sixteen Ridges Precoce Pinot Noir - Hay Wines