Here is a fresh style with good "Pinosity" (Pinot Noir character), which offers cherry and raspberry, white pepper and delicate spice with cedarbox, carrot tops and the expected forest floor notes. It's approachable and juicy with silky fruit, cocoa and fine spices lingering across the finish.
Very tasty paired with salmon, barbecued duck spring rolls with ponzu sauce or a veggie mushroom burger.
Wedding Wines, Eat your Root Veggies, Seafood/Fish, French Food
©copyright 2012 Daenna Van Mulligen
Wine Diva reviewed - 2012-04-25 11:40:47.0