Pinot noir clonal study in England

I was asked to produce an abridged version of my Plumpton Wine undergraduate project for an issue of a forthcoming industry magazine. For the study I took grapes of various Pinot noir clones from the vineyard, through winemaking and up to wine sensory testing. The project was fun so I thought I’d post the abridged version here. The results are interesting, though hardly definitive – that would take a better resourced and better designed piece of work.

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