Irish Peated Pinot Noir and Irish Peated Pinot Blanc offer a truly unique wine experience. Irish Peated Wines are a first of their kind in the world and are comprised of Pinot Noir & Pinot Blanc grapes from the Rheinhessen and Pfalz regions in Germany and Peat which is sourced locally in the West of Ireland. Maturation of the wine, similar to the Oaking process, ensures the wines have ample time to settle and develop a complex palate and this results in an inviting ruby red colour with the Pinot Noir. On the nose, there is the comforting aroma of Peat and on the palate, it is rich and rounded yet retains its lightness which is characteristic of classic Pinot Noir. The Pinot Blanc offers a slightly different tasting experience with strong earthy notes on the nose and on the initial taste, however the Peat mellows as you continue to enjoy your first and second glass of Irish Peated Pinot Blanc. The wines are produced in small batches to ensure quality and consistency of the Peating process. Both wines are a truly unique experience, an experience to be savoured.