littlefrench. Wine Collection

A delicious selection of red, white and sparkling wines lovingly sourced and handpicked for you by the littlefrench team.  Critically acclaimed Bristol-based chef, Freddy Bird is the driving force behind littlefrench who creates mouth-watering award-winning dishes for all to enjoy.

Fincher & Co 'Show of Hands' Pinot Noir, Central Otago, New Zealand, 2018

Fincher & Co 'Show of Hands' Pinot Noir, Central Otago, New Zealand, 2018

Fincher & Co Selected Clone Pinot Noir from the Claim 431 Vineyard Bendigo, Central Otago. Show of Hands is a reflection of the ambitions of wine trade mates , Winemaker Ben Glover and Master of Wine, Liam Steevenson.

Single Vineyard Pinot Noir from 3 clones fermented as one intentionally early to prevent over-ripeness is fermented, with 30% whole berry clusters in open top tanks. 12 months in French Oak adds structure and spicy complexity.   We blend the select barrels for the final blend through a collective decision. Time for analysis is over; the final decision is made by a ‘Show of Hands’.

Tasting Note
Aromas of rose petals, ripe cherry and cedar and layers of bright red fruit, wild thyme, and chalky earthiness on the palate with supple but with assertive tannins and a textural finish.

  • Alcohol – 13.5%

  • Residual Sugar – 0.9g/l

  • Allergens – Traditional fining using egg white

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Fincher & Co Selected Clone Pinot Noir from the Claim 431 Vineyard Bendigo, Central Otago. Show of Hands is a reflection of the ambitions of wine trade mates , Winemaker Ben Glover and Master of Wine, Liam Steevenson.

Single Vineyard Pinot Noir from 3 clones fermented as one intentionally early to prevent over-ripeness is fermented, with 30% whole berry clusters in open top tanks. 12 months in French Oak adds structure and spicy complexity.   We blend the select barrels for the final blend through a collective decision. Time for analysis is over; the final decision is made by a ‘Show of Hands’.

Tasting Note
Aromas of rose petals, ripe cherry and cedar and layers of bright red fruit, wild thyme, and chalky earthiness on the palate with supple but with assertive tannins and a textural finish.

  • Alcohol – 13.5%

  • Residual Sugar – 0.9g/l

  • Allergens – Traditional fining using egg white

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about freddy bird

Obsessed with great tasting food, Freddy Bird trained at Ballymaloe before landing roles at London-based Michelin Star Restaurants. Freddy then returned to Bristol to open numerous restaurants and has won awards based on his distinct style of cookery.

littlefrench. wine

A delicious selection of red, white and sparkling wines lovingly sourced and handpicked for you by the littlefrench team.