Angeline Winery Pinot Noir California Reserve 2009
This Pinot Noir is aged in French oak barrels for 10 months and has a brilliant deep, ruby red color with intense aromas of ripe plum, blackberry, cherry highlighted by spice and toasty oak. Fresh, rich ripe flavors of black cherry, cola and plum layered with a subtle touch of vanilla oak & raspberry. Food & Wine Pairing: Try our Angeline Pinot Noir with Portobello mushroom burgers or a lightly, seared salmon fillet.
California Pinot for people who do not like Pinot. Simply terrific. I am going to go buy a case right now because this value is unmatched. My history with Cali Pinot is sketchy at best and stumbling upon this at my local shop was a true revelation. The ultimate thanksgiving wine.
It is very hard to beat this Pinot for 10 bucks. Varietally correct but with more body and complexity than even some higher-priced Pinots. It's fairly easy drinking and a dream with food. My house Pinot.
External Reviews for Angeline Winery Pinot Noir California Reserve
Continues this winery's streak of offering a good value under this label. The wine is dry and silky, with pleasant cola, rhubarb, coffee and cherry flavors that are offset by crisp acids.
This is the second label of Martin Ray, allowing you to enjoy their high end style of wine at an everyday sipper price. Fresh aromas of red raspberries and cherries lead to a wine with gentle strawberry notes and warm vanillin oak. This wine is very easygoing with a bright demeanor.
A nice wine with real varietal character, a smooth mouthfeel, crisp acids and ripe flavors of raspberries, cherries and mocha. Try this as a first course leading up to the expensive stuff.
Food Pairings for Angeline Winery Pinot Noir California Reserve
|Total Acidity: 0.53 grams per liter|
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