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- An elegant Pinot with a gentle touch. The Angels have been asking Bill & Claudia to make a New Zealand Pinot like this ever since tasting their amazing 2010 Sauv Blancs.
- The Smalls spent ages scouring the island looking for just the right vines, and they have struck gold! Mature vines on a sunny north-facing hillside in Marlborough, just screaming to be Naked.
- "Absolutely loved it, just what I've been looking for. Can't stop talking about it" said Angel Richard Coyne. We heartily agree!
- Brimming with moutwatering strawberry, cherry and plum flavours, this pale pink rosé is deliciously sippable. But it's the complex, textural style and fresh zippiness that keeps you coming back for more.
- 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.
- 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".
- Spectacular aperitif sparkler made by Paolo Sacchetto in the Veneto region of Italy - the perfect climate for making top fizz.
- This is the kind of rose for those who like lots of flavour from their pinks and don't mind being bold about it.
- Ripe red cherry fruit flavours, combine with clotted cream to give a full-on, no prisoners taken style of fizz with an awful lot of character shining through.
Scott works in one of the most diverse wine regions in the U.S. - a place the Native American inhabitants of Oregon call ‘the Land of 1000 Valleys” and it’s all thanks to Angel funding he got to make this, his dream wine!
His Pinot Noir is a favourite with our friends across the pond and, we just had to get our hands on some for UK Angels to try.
Aged in plush French oak barrels, this is a silky smooth, complex red that really opens up in the glass...if you are able to leave it long enough!
Made using top-notch fruit from sustainably-grown vineyards in the Jahant and Mokelumne River sub-regions of Lodi, this juicy new Pinot Noir from US legend Stephen Millier is our new fave ‘any-day-of-the-week’ red.
It walks the line between elegant French and swanky American in style. A hint of smokiness on the nose gives way to ripe red berry aromas and a supple, rounded palate loaded with oodles of ripe raspberries, freshly-picked cherries and mouth-watering plums.
This wine debuted to historic fanfare across the pond, as US Angels almost cleared Stephen out in just 48 hours. It’s gone on to become an instant classic, with a 93% buy-it-again rating across the first two vintages and loads of Angels calling shotgun on the next lot… but not before we bagsied a share for UK Angels like you.
- 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
This bright, delicate Pinot Noir is a Matt Parish specialty, bounding with lush, ripe berry and cherry flavours woven together with a round, sultry smoothness that makes it almost impossible to put down.
Matt sourced hand-harvested grapes from prime patches of Pinot up and down the length of Anderson Valley. The grapes were harvested early in the morning to keep them cool and full of juicy flavour, then gently fermented and aged in French oak for a full 10 months, giving the wine a downright decadent sheen and graceful smoothness.
An instant hit with US Angels, Matt’s award-winning Pinot has chalked up a mind-boggling 95%-rating for its first two vintages across the pond. So we’re thanking our lucky stars we’ve been able to sneak some over to UK shores. Just don’t tell the yanks… or there’ll be uproar.
- Although he'd be hard pressed to pick a favourite, two wines Franks simply loves making are Cava and Rosé. So he decided it was only right to bring the two together for the ultimate sparkling extravaganza.
- He's kept it classic, exclusively using traditional techniques to preserve the Rose's delicate touch and elegantly layered fruit flavours. Franks's bottled up a true breath of fresh air for his Angles, that's guaranteed to blow away the cobwebs.
- The hand picked Pinot Noir grapes deliver a bright acidity with a fruit forward kick. Fresh summer strawberries take centre stage, whilst apples and melon flavours provide a crisp, cool summer breeze.
Gerd used a bit of winemaking wizardry to make this beauty. After picking and crushing the Pinot Noir grapes, he bled off 10% of the juice, then fermented it separately at cold temperatures to make this Rosé. It’s called the “saignee” method, and it delivers a much bigger, bolder Rosé than the norm.
To ramp up the flavour and make it as vibrant, fruity and fresh as they come, Gerd left the juice in the tanks for an extra 4 months after fermentation. It was only filtered once prior to bottling.
The result is a mouthful of moreish strawberry and raspberry flavours. It’s dry, crisp and refreshing, with more alcoholic oomph than your average Rosé.