Luigi Bosca Pinot Noir Reserva 2006
Climate Long autumns, cold winters, rainless temperate summers, ideal conditions for obtaining optimum ripeness and big body. Average summer temperature: 23º C and minimum winter temperature: -4º C. Average annual rainfall: 220 mm. Soil Aluvial, calcareous sand. Permeable, supported by stones and gravel. 1% east-west inclination. Oak Ageing 8 months in French oak. Yield of Vineyard 70 qq/ha 49 hlts. / ha. Grape Variety Pinot Noir 100%. Ageing Potential 5 years. Filtering One very light filtering. Service Temperature 18°C /20°C. Basic Analisis Alcohol 14,10° pH 3,68 Total Acidity 5,21 g/l Residual Sugar 2,65 g/l Pairing White meat - Small game, such as quail and pleasant - Soft cheese.
This is a great Pinot Noir. The price is right, and the taste right- full of red cherries, velvety aromas, strawberries, red fruits, violets, and chocolate. It was full bodied but not heavy or overpowering. Really enjoyed it. Paid 15.99 for it in New Canaan. Considering buying a case of it because it is that great.
The 2006 Pinot Noir is a medium-bodied wine that has smokey cherries and raspberries on the nose with red berries, cinnamon and chocolate in taste. I also had a minty taste on the back. It is very dry and the tannins are firm.
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