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- For sheer drinkability it's hard to go past young Pinot Noirs from the fresh coastal air of the south island of New Zealand. I made this wine to try and encapsulate that and provide a look for those who live a long way from a unique place.
- Naked have been completely supporting my endeavours to produce interesting and delicious wine from a small and often unknown region. Through the incredible journey that was the crowd funding to help me get off the ground, their continual support and the total enthusiasm they have shown for my wines, I have been able to concentrate on picking, pressing, fermenting and blending these unique wines for Naked and the Angels.
- Dark and vibrant in the glass with strong fruit presence. Berries and plums sit beside a light oak touch for support. Ripe, with fleshy texture this is great drinking for any occasion and happily stands up to meals of all shapes and sizes!
Dom Maxwell, Winemaker
- The Gille family have been making wine in Burgundy for generations (since 1570 would you believe it) and see winemaking as a way of life. You’ll find tradition in every drop of the wine they make.
- Pommard is an appellation known for producing the most powerful and intense wines in the Cotes du Beaune (the area that hosts some of the biggest names when it comes to Burgundy wine). So when there was an unusually hot vintage in 2018, it meant the already supercharged flavours the Gille family were expecting from their Pommard vineyard were sent into outer space.
- As a result you can expect serious flavour from this bottle - we’re talking rustic baked character combined with bright, juicy cherry flavours. It’s fruit forward and packs some serious complexity and punch.
- If you like the super-clean fruit of a New World Pinot, and the rustic charm of an Old World one, then this bottle has your name on it
- Archangels picked this wine over Pinots 2-3 times its price in a blind tasting at Naked HQ, so we knew we were onto a winner.
- This one needs a bit of breathing time after opening, but your patience will be richly rewarded when you get to experience the incredible depth and fruitiness of this wine come to life. It’s a perfect choice for a night in front of the fire so snuggle up and enjoy!
- We are always looking around the corner, wanting to try something new... and thanks to the always fantastic support of our Angels, we have spread our wings deeper into the Sancerre appellation.
- Sancerre is not only famous for its ultimate expressive Sauvignon Blanc, it also makes the most remarkably savoury rosé from prized Pinot Noir.
- The outcome is a fresh and elegant rosé that is ultra crisp with subtle hints of succulent red fruits.
- Joost & Miguela, Winemakers
- Pinot Noir is my favourite red grape. 15 years ago I visited Burgundy during vintage and worked with growers and winemakers - since then I have returned every year to the region.
- It was a real surprise when I finally made my first Pinot Noir here in the Pfalz. I could not believe the quality and style it was possible to make in this region.
- Through Naked Wines I had the opportunity to work with the grower to help him manage the vineyard and harvest the grapes for this special wine. The result is a Pinot Noir with intense aromas of ripe forest berries and raspberry leaf. It has great balance with good texture and a persistent finish.
Pinot Noir grapes thrive on the hills near the Sancerre appellation so that’s exactly where Joost and Miguela went to find the fruit to go into their brand new rosé.
Light salmon-pink in colour, bursting with red berry fruits and rose petals, this is a beautifully balanced wine with a racy finish that’s sure to top your favourites list!
- It’s a match made in heaven for afternoons around the picnic table with family and friends, sunbathing on the deck or, if you’re really lucky, lounging by the pool, so be sure to pop one in your basket now.
- The delicate Pinot Noir grapes come straight from Nicky and Peter Parish's Waipara Valley vineyard. It's a tiny growing region, but the quality is out-of-this-world, and the Kiwis usually like to keep the premium wines for themselves. But Angel backing means the father-daughter winemaking team were able to send some our way.
- Full of strawberry, raspberry and sun kissed plum aromas, this wine is ultra inviting and lively. French oak brings out its mocha and warm toasty oak flavours before it's neatly wrapped up with elegant, ripe tannins for a very classy finish.
- Nicky says "Angel funding has enabled us to have the money tend our vines with love and care, helping us to put energy into our ecosystem and our environment. It also allows us to handpick the fruit and purchase high-quality barrels which showcase the fruit. And of course, it enables dad and me to work together, which is truly special".
- Here it is. The new vintage of Charles and Ruth's sparkling rose... and it's an absolute beauty. Pale pink bubbles with serious finesse, super-crisp and bursting with fresh strawberries... with a dollop of whipped cream to finish.
- These delicate pink bubbles of mouth-watering happiness are exclusive to you - and it's all thanks to your Angel funding.
- Posh looking, posh tasting, Rose Champagne style at Languedoc prices - you're on to a winner.
- Whilst I love Burgundy for its Chardonnay, I really love its Pinot Noir! So I’m very excited to share this special Pinot with Angels. Having visited Burgundy several times, I acknowledge that we are in South Africa and not in Burgundy... but with the same traditional winemaking one does in Burgundy, we can get the best out of our unique site.
- The vineyard is actually called ‘Pearly Gates’ - indicating the highest vineyard in the Upper Hemel and Aarde Valley. The cool climate and influence of the ocean allow for a slower ripening time, so the grapes develop more concentration of flavour and complexity. We use small French oak barrels and a soft approach to winemaking, to ensure this amazing Pinot Noir gets to the bottle as best it can.
- On the nose there is a flinty minerality, dark cherries, strawberries and pomegranate with a touch of chocolate box in the background. The palate is tightly structured and densely packed with the flavours on the nose repeating on the palate and a velvety soft lingering finish. I do hope you have as much pleasure in drinking my Kruger Family Wines Pearly Gates Pinot Noir as I have had in making it!
Johan Kruger, Winemaker
Mathias and Emile Roblin wanted to show Angels that Sancerre was more than just a high-end Sauvignon Blanc region. It could also produce world-class rosé wine. Thus, their Origine was born.
Using lush Pinot Noir grown in 3 separate plots across picturesque Sury-en-Vaux, in the valley of the River Belaine. The brothers have created a crisp, clean, refreshing wine with delicate floral aromas and flavour packed with ripe red fruits.
It’s classy, complex and oh-so-moreish, a perfect pairing for sticky sushi rolls or spicy Asian food. The Roblins want you to enjoy this with their thanks for supporting their wines. Taste their luxurious Sancerre rosé and discover the incredible variety this region has to offer.