A clever name, perhaps? This pinot noir is dry with obvious cherry and a bit of a spicy, earthy finish. From the Sidewise Winery in France.
Based in the village of Saint-Aubin, the Roux family own 70 hectares of vineyards in the Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise. This offering is bright ruby in the glass, with a nose of earth, vanilla and cherry. The palate is dry, with excellent fruit accented by oaky and nutty tones, and a crisp acidity. The finish is quite long, full and delicious.
From the winery: This Pinot is leap out the glass good. The wine has a beautiful rich nose of blackberry pie fresh from the oven with maybe an edge of blueberry. In the mouth there is a velvety richness with bright red fruit flavors and a nudge of black pepper and exotic spices. The sweet berry center has a tad of vanilla or honey that heightens that central sweet spot and escorts the wine through a valley of subtle complexities that add to the melding of berry, earth and graveliness as it dances across your palate.
This pretty wine from Morey St. Denis has aromas of blueberries and wildflowers in the nose. On the palate it is elegant and soft, lush and round, with a sweet, smooth finish. It clearly demonstrates the house style and is a 100% Pinot Noir. Pair with salmon, grilled pork or cassoulet.
We craft superb wines from the very best Santa Barbara County vineyards and provide unsurpassed quality and value to you. This medium to full-bodied Pinot Noir displays enticing cherry, plum and strawberry fruit flavors on the nose and palate, complimented by nuances of spice, clove and herbs with a hit of toasty oak. Round, balanced and eminently drinkable
Mt. Difficulty makes it in Otago, New Zealand. Uncover aromas like raspberry, unsweetened cocoa and dark plum. Dry wine that includes a medium body. See characteristics of black currant and creme brulee unfold. We recommend having this Pinot Noir with lamb chops, fried bacon or puree potato.