Following the rest of Tinhorn Creek's wines, the Pinot Noir will switch over to its new label next vintage. For now you can enjoy the 2007s tart red fruit - cranberry and red currents, forest floor and wild herbal aromas, cocoa, smoked spice and a hint of chocolate hazelnuts. It's typically light in body with cedar, red fruit and cocoa flavours, it has good acidity and a slightly grainy finish.
Pair with any mushroom dish or holiday turkey.
White Meat Chicken/Pork
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Wine Diva reviewed - 2009-10-20 21:10:03.0