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From Riesling to Shiraz, from Chile to Australia and from the Nahe to Bordeaux – we have something for everyone. A glance at our Wine Highlights reveals what great wines are waiting for you.Shop now
Pieroth UK’s top selling red wine, this light and fruity red is produced in the Aude, France. The berry and fruit bouquet and well rounded aftertaste of the Chevalier de Bayard have been loved by our customers for years – try a bottle and you’ll see why.
A typical punchy New Zealand Sauvignon, the Lobster Key is crisp and refreshing. It has a wonderful bouquet of apples, gooseberries and citrus fruits and culminates in a clean fresh finish.
A classic Rhone blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mouvedre this outstanding Chateauneuf du Pape from near Avignon, France is a dark red colour with velvety soft tannins and aromas of berries, cherries and herbs.
The Pinotage is the signature grape of the Western Cape, South Africa – deep red in the glass with a bouquet of ripe bramble fruit, the late harvesting of these grapes have ensured a classically smooth and fruity New World red.
An elegant shimmering play of colours of light bronze enhanced by delicate reflections play in the glass to be followed by a refined scent of ripe pear and honey and a fresh well balanced aftertaste - a truly spectacular wine from the Pieroth estate in the Nahe.
Deep garnet red with an expressive fruity bouquet, this ever popular sweet Italian red has hints of chocolate and cherry flavours, and is great with soft cheeses, cured meats and even on its own.
Light wood and round fruits aromas, together with a gently spicy, soft mellow aftertaste and a hint of liquorice are the hallmarks of this exceptional Rothschild Argentinian red wine – one for the lovers of the both Old and New World reds.
From the Pieroth homelands in the Nahe Valley this is our classic German blue bottle Kabinett – one glass is never enough of this clean, fruity and refreshing white wine.
Packed with flavours of mango, ginger and orange this classic South African Chenin Blanc begins with a tropical bouquet and finishes with well balanced acidity.
Soft and smooth with a well balanced sweetness this Hungarian red is deceptively full bodied. It can be enjoyed at room temperature, but don’t be afraid to try it chilled either on its own or with a chocolate dessert.
The Pieroth family winery was established in 1675 and is located in the middle of three wine-growing regions (Rheingau, Rheinhessen & Nahe) in the magic triangle at the confluence of the Rhine and Nahe rivers - an inspiring place steeped in wine-making tradition and heritage.
At home in any part of the world, renowned winemakers like Oliver Dries have always travelled to the most beautiful wine spots on earth. Oliver has taken inspiration from his journeys and his experience and enthusiasm for the Nahe ensures his personality flows into the character of his wines.
In the Nahe wine-growing region, different terroirs come together like nowhere else in Germany allowing wines of all styles to be produced there. Crisp Rieslings and fuller Chardonnays form the focus of the Pieroth Estate wine portfolio - these single estate wines are characterised by a true symbiosis of the expertise of the vignerons and vintners on the estate.
As ambassadors for the Nahe, but also for German wine as a whole, Pieroth Estate wines amply illustrate the variety of styles and characteristics of the Nahe wines.
The beginnings of viticulture in South Africa go back as far as the early explorations of the Dutch East India Company.
With its unique terroir and location at the tip of the African continent, most wine producing regions in South Africa benefit from a Mediterranean style climate. Intense sunlight, dry heat but also cold and wet winters are perfect conditions for the famous Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinotage to flourish. Harvest takes place in February and March leading to South African wines being the first one of the new vintage every year.
The exceptional flavours and unique character of those wines is what we aim to express with our range. So close your eyes, take a sip and let yourself be transported to the Cape.
Pieroth’s relationship with Hungarian wine goes right back to the 1970s when they first started importing their exclusive wines from Hajos-Baja, Kunsag and Csongrad, and to this day they continue to be enjoyed by our customers all over the UK.
Nowadays Andras Schauer is the man whose job it is to instil into these wines the passion and fire of the Hungarian regions where the vineyards are situated. The terroir is challenging in these parts of Hungary – intense heat and very little rainfall mean that only the very best Blaufrankish, Muskat-Ottonel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot make it to the end of the season, and it is from these late-harvested grapes that Andras and his team work their magic.
The Pieroth family winery was established in 1675 and is located in the middle of three wine-growing regions (Rheingau, Rheinhessen & Nahe) in the magic triangle at the confluence of the Rhine and Nahe rivers - an inspiring place steeped in wine-making tradition and heritage.More info
The beginnings of viticulture in South Africa go back as far as the early explorations of the Dutch East India Company.More info
Pieroth’s relationship with Hungarian wine goes right back to the 1970s when they first started importing their exclusive wines from Hajos-Baja, Kunsag and Csongrad, and to this day they continue to be enjoyed by our customers all over the UK.More info
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