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Erath la Nuit Magique Pinot Noir 2009
This light and fruity Pinot noir is easy to drink and perfect for fish, chicken, pork or veggies. It's a great value for the quality. This wine proves Oregon is a great Pinot Noir producing state!
Fruity like an Oregon Pinot should be.
Light fruity flavors, friendly tannins. I personally liked the Erath 08 better.
External Reviews for Erath la Nuit Magique Pinot Noir
Black cherry aromas, underscored by sweet mandarin orange, greet the nose as warm, clove-laced vanilla wafts gently among subtle hints of anise and caramel. The wine opens on the palate with more hints of sweet black cherry, which flows seamlessly into a supple silkiness.
Founded in 1972 Erath Winery was one of the pioneers of Oregon Pinot Noir. When Chateau Ste. Michelle purchased it in 2006 it was their first entry into the Oregon winegrowing region and they've focused on continuing to turn out first rate, expressive Pinot Noirs like this 2009. Elegant and balanced with distinct Pinot character of black cherry and strawberry along with earthy undertones and lively acidity. A real Oregon Pinot at a great price.
2009 offered a generous crop of beautiful Pinot Noir and this wine offers a commensurately impressive sensory payload. This lustrous beauty showcases aromas of raspberry pie with pleasing hints of mint, citrus and a provocative suggestion of smoke. Fresh and bright flavors on the palate are balanced with a blend of juicy cherry and racy pomegranate. An easy sipper yet enough acidity to pair beautifully with your favorite dish.
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