Quailhurst Pinot Noir Vineyard Estate 2001

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Featured wine for the benefit of The United States Equestrian Foundation and the Team's efforts for the 2004 Athens O...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Featured wine for the benefit of The United States Equestrian Foundation and the Team's efforts for the 2004 Athens Olympics. Tasting Notes The first vintage of Quailhurst wines is a well integrated, crisp, strong oak blend. Deep, red with a hint of purple, in color. A complex bouquet, earthy, ripe raspberry, refined quality. Medium dry, soft tannins, well balanced while maintaining distinct flavors, finishes long. Food Pairings A great companion for prime rib, quail, duck, wild game, and winter vegetables; especially mushrooms. Try with a variety of medium to strong cheeses. Serving Temperatures 58 to 63 Degrees °F 14 to 17 Degrees °C

Featured wine for the benefit of The United States Equestrian Foundation and the Team's efforts for the 2004 Athens Olympics. Tasting Notes The first vintage of Quailhurst wines is a well integrated, crisp, strong oak blend. Deep, red with a hint of purple, in color. A complex bouquet, earthy, ripe raspberry, refined quality. Medium dry, soft tannins, well balanced while maintaining distinct flavors, finishes long. Food Pairings A great companion for prime rib, quail, duck, wild game, and winter vegetables; especially mushrooms. Try with a variety of medium to strong cheeses. Serving Temperatures 58 to 63 Degrees °F 14 to 17 Degrees °C

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