Truth be told, the moose aren’t blind. They just think it’s cool to share good wine with friends, minus the pomp and ceremony. So, if your herd likes fresh, tasty wines that complement a wide range of casual cuisines, introduce them to these umoosetakably good wines from 3 blind moose. No shades required.
External Reviews for Pisoni Pinot Noir
Bright lemon-yellow color; liftedcitrus and tropical fruit aromaswith subtle oak and butter tones;rich, round palate with fresh tropical fruit flavors and hints of butter cream, oak toast and baked bread.
Deep, vibrant red color with hints of purple; lifted ripe cherry, mocha, chocolate, and spice aromas; medium-bodied, soft palate with round, generous, easy-drinking flavors.
Bright lemon-yellow color. Lifted citrus and tropical fruit aromas with subtle oak and butter tone. This chard has a rich, round palate with fresh tropical fruit flavors and hints of butter cream, oak toast and baked bread.
3 blind moose Pinot Grigio was produced primarily from grapes grown in the Lodi region of northern California, which has emerged as an outstanding source of high-quality Pinot Grigio. The fruit was n
Full-bodied wine with a vibrant, deep red color. Aromatics of fresh, ripe plums and berries, with hints of spice and mocha. Rounded, soft mouthfeel with dense fruit flavors, chocolate, balanced with sweet smooth textures and finesse. - Winery
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