On the Shelf: Bird In Hand D&B ‘Pour Les Amour’ Sparkling 2015

Award-winning Adelaide winery Bird in Hand have re-teamed with fashion personalities Dan Single and Bambi Northwood-Blyth following some massive success from their limited edition collaboration wines earlier this year and last year. Such bottles as the Bird in Hand D&B ‘Pour les Amour’ Rosé 2015 have been well-received as part of the winery’s limited release signature range, so they have decided to go ahead with another collaborative bottle, the Bird In Hand D&B ‘Pour Les Amour’ Sparkling 2015.

As a sister wine to the Rosé, the sparkling is from made from 100% Adelaide Hills grown grapes and offers a nice, simple, and dry styled sparkling Pinot Noir that has come on cue for the festive season. The palate is lively with a crisp acid at first, quickly bringing in notes of fresh red fruits like strawberries, cherries, and red apple that come through on the nose, finishing off with an elegant, creamy texture not unlike Bird in Hand’s regular Sparkling Pinot Noir.

At an RRP of $40, the collaborative release continues Bird in Hand’s fine reputation for sparkling and is available at Bird in Hands’ cellar door, their Website and Dan and Bambi’s own website: http://pourlesamour.com/


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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