Bread & Butter Pinot Noir 2015
 
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Bread & Butter Pinot Noir 2015
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This Pinot Noir is all about that juicy red fruit. Think cherries and raspberries with a touch of cassis. Delicate hints of cedar, smoke, and bay leaf cut the sweetness of the fruit, creating a nicely balanced bouquet.

That luscious fruit bouquet continues onto the palate, where it’s joined by soft flavors of wood and cured meat, like bacon. With a long and beautifully smooth finish, this Pinot will melt in your mouth.

Eyes : In the glass, the wine is a bright, lively garnet red with flashes of light that almost make the wine sparkle.

Nose: When I bring the glass to my nose, there is a wonderful sense of integration. No one thing screaming out. I find nostalgic aromas of cherry cola, vanilla tapioca, jasmine tea, with hints of roses, anise and eucalyptus. It all reminds me of scents that I grew up.

Mouth: That balance and integration continues in the mouth. Black cherry, orange peel, rhubarb, and a floral tea mingle with hints of caramel, mint, white pepper, on a
background of toast. This wine is light, bright, and elegant the way Pinot Noir should be.

Pairings: This is Pinot Noir in a traditional sense, so forget those big, earthy wines that have been blended with other varietals. I recommend pairing with more dishes like
roast pork dishes to spicy Asian foods. I had it with a Chicago style hotdog and it was perfect.

Bread: The 2012 Pinot Noir was aged in 50% French and 50% American oak. Both were 1 year old with light toasts. After 5 months, we transferred to stainless steel tanks, where the wine was stabilized and cross-flow filtered before bottling.

Butter: The wine underwent 100% malolactic fermentation after primary fermentation.

This Pinot Noir is all about that juicy red fruit. Think cherries and raspberries with a touch of cassis. Delicate hints of cedar, smoke, and bay leaf cut the sweetness of the fruit, creating a nicely balanced bouquet.

That luscious fruit bouquet continues onto the palate, where it’s joined by soft flavors of wood and cured meat, like bacon. With a long and beautifully smooth finish, this Pinot will melt in your mouth.

Eyes : In the glass, the wine is a bright, lively garnet red with flashes of light that almost make the wine sparkle.

Nose: When I bring the glass to my nose, there is a wonderful sense of integration. No one thing screaming out. I find nostalgic aromas of cherry cola, vanilla tapioca, jasmine tea, with hints of roses, anise and eucalyptus. It all reminds me of scents that I grew up.

Mouth: That balance and integration continues in the mouth. Black cherry, orange peel, rhubarb, and a floral tea mingle with hints of caramel, mint, white pepper, on a
background of toast. This wine is light, bright, and elegant the way Pinot Noir should be.

Pairings: This is Pinot Noir in a traditional sense, so forget those big, earthy wines that have been blended with other varietals. I recommend pairing with more dishes like
roast pork dishes to spicy Asian foods. I had it with a Chicago style hotdog and it was perfect.

Bread: The 2012 Pinot Noir was aged in 50% French and 50% American oak. Both were 1 year old with light toasts. After 5 months, we transferred to stainless steel tanks, where the wine was stabilized and cross-flow filtered before bottling.

Butter: The wine underwent 100% malolactic fermentation after primary fermentation.

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