Wine: Pinot Noir
Alcoholic strength: 13% vol.
Classification: IGP Pays d’Oc (France)
Grapes: Pinot Noir.
Serving temperature: 14°-16° C.
Limpid, not very intense, lively garnet red color.
The nose releases a scent of dark berry berries reminiscent of currant and raspberry, with a nuance of ripe plum. Slight hint of cherries in alcohol, followed by aromas of spices such as pepper and cinnamon. Delicate sensation of precious woods.
The sip is rich and very pleasant. Moderate tannins, but with a good freshness. There remains an aftertaste of ripe fruit with good persistence. Overall, the sample is fairly balanced in its parts, undoubtedly a good wine with an interesting value for money.
It is recommended in combination with meat dishes. Personally I tried it in combination with tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms.
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