Pinot Evil Cellars Pinot Noir 2006
Color-red/blue hue nose-herbal,cherry mouth-black tea, cranberry finish-short buy it, great price drink it, gulp it share it; take it to a partyAdd winemaker's notes
Color-red/blue hue nose-herbal,cherry mouth-black tea, cranberry finish-short buy it, great price drink it, gulp it share it; take it to a party
I have been getting this bottle for around $5 in Virginia and it has become one of my regulars. Don't be fooled by the price, it reminds me of Two Buck Chuck in its quality-to-price ratio. It works well with pasta and pizza and is a little less filling than a cab and a little more friendly to wine newcomers than chianti.
It's smooth and light, quite easy to drink with food, but it has no pop!
This is hands-down the best boxed wine I've ever had ... and I'm not even a fan of pinot noir in general. But this was smooth, full-bodied, and eminently drinkable. The boxed version may be my new "go-to" wine when I have to bring something for big crowd!
Cherry nose with a nice, smooth finish. Fun drink.
I like the taste! Very smooth & fruitful without being very sweet. I am enjoying a full glass!
Convenience in a box, great price, and now to the taste... A bit on the sweet side for my taste. Soft on the alcohol, smooth, and with a very subtle cranberry back end. I would recommend for a gathering on a modest budget. If your embarrassed about the box, get a decanter and display for self serve. Pairs really well with a tomato and basil infuised sharpe cheddar.
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