Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery New York Pinot Noir 2010
Sourcing from a variety of growers, including our own Hudson Valley vineyard, helps Brotherhood achieve complexity in the wine while the warm fermentation and gentle handling of the fruit preserves the delicate character of Pinot Noir. Malolactic fermentation and extended barrel-aging round out the wine.
Editorial Reviews for Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery New York Pinot Noir
Pale enough to please any Burgophile! On the nose this has some bricky stone notes over lightly peppery and gently fruity red berry notes. Light-bodied if a bit gritty up front, this is a touch soft on the palate, broad with any open knit texture supporting gently earthy and autumnal rose hip and raspberry fruit. Just a bare dusting of tannin adds some texture to the cranberry and rhubarb toned finish which ends with a short vintage and a bit of an herbal edge. 83pts
Food Pairings for Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery New York Pinot Noir
Thanks to the knowledge and expertise of our winemakers, we've crafted this Pinot Noir in the style of a true Burgundian Pinot Noir. This wine is light brick-red in color, has a nose of fresh berries and plums, with a hint of violets. It also displays bright fruit flavors of cranberry, cherry and black tea,which create a light to medium bodied wine with layered complexity staying true to form.
Aged 12 months in American Oak.
Aged 12 months in French Oak.
|Alcohol: 13%||pH: 3.16|
|Sugar: 3 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 6.1 grams per liter|
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