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What is Pinot Noir? Pinot noir is a red wine grape varietal of the species Vitis vinifera. Pinot Noir is widely expressive, light in body, medium in acidity, and light in colour. Flavours vary depending on seasonal conditions, vintage and growing region. In this post, we’ll cover some quick facts on...
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Try a Aglianico wine if you like Nebbiolo (Barolo) Overview of the Aglianico wine varietal A complex, tannic red wine with intense colour and flavours. Why we like the Aglianico varietal, grape, and wine A wine like Aglianico with high tannins and high acidity make great food wines. Powerful flavours...
Reviewed on March 14, 2015
By far my favourite rose. Beautiful pale salmon hue. Bone dry. Perfectly balanced freshing acidity with a soft, round mouth-feel. Finessed notes of citrus and strawberry with bit of cranberry and a touch of raspberry. My go-to rose all year round.
About the Producer
Thomas George Estates
Healdsburg, California, United States
Thomas George Estates is run by the father-and-son team of Thomas and Jeremy Baker â who have dedicated themselves to establishing a world-class winery focused on site-specific Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays grown in the cool heart of the Russian River Valley. To realize this vision, the Baker family...
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