Here at Yorkshire Vintners we are excited to introduce some new wine additions to our ever expanding portfolio. Meet some of our most exciting arrivals…
Oliver Zeter Reserve Pinot Noir 2010 – This German Pinot Noir is delicious and modern in style, only limited bottles produced http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/germany?product_id=637.
El Castro de Valtuille 2012 – Mancia Joven, Bierzo – Succulent and smooth, complex and interesting, this Spanish red is a great alternative to a Pinot Noir http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/spain?product_id=713.
Blaufrankisch 2010 – Muhr-van der Niepoort, Carnuntum – A collaboration between Dorli Muhr (who heads the Austrian PR firm Wine & Partners) and Dirk Niepoort (the famed wine grower from Portugal’s Douro region), a smooth focused elegant red http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/austria?product_id=627.
Kaitui Sauvignon Blanc 2012 – Schneider – A Clean cut and fresh white from wine maker Marcus Schneider who wanted to create a German Sauvignon Blanc in a New Zealand style http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/germany?product_id=632.
Louro do Bolo 2012 – Rafael Palacios, Valdeorras – An amazingly well balanced wine with great depth. Made from the Spanish Godello grape and by one of the leading producers in the region. Very tasty! http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/spain?product_id=675
Viognier 2013 – Mil Piedras, Valle de Uco – Grown in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina on a small family vineyard in the foothills of the Andes mountains this wine is aromatic, crisp and fresh http://shop.yorkshirevintners.co.uk/argentina?product_id=618.