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Why the New Pinot Noir is a wine for all generations

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Luis Felipe Edwards Gran Reserva Pinot Noir 2022, Leyda, Chile

(14%,Tesco, £10.50, or £8.50 for Clubcard holders until 25 March)

More workmanlike, but still juicy and fruity (and cheaper).

Domaine Begude Le Cerisier Organic Pinot Noir 2022, IGP Vallée de l’Aude, France

(13%,waitrosecellar.com, £13.99; Stone, Vine & Sun, £14.50, or £13.05 in a case of 12)

A great buy; flavours of dark cherries and a soft floral edge.

Racine Pinot Noir 2022, Vin de France

(13%,Haynes Hanson & Clark, £14, or £12.45 in a case of 12)

Originally from Burgundy, Bruno Lafon makes this beautiful, red-cherry-scented, silky pinot noir in south-west France.

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