Ravines Wine Cellars Pinot Noir Keuka Lake 2006

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"The Pinot Noir grape, originating from the famous Burgundy region of France, thrives in the cool and long Finger Lakes growing season, which creates wines with distinctive characteristics of cherry and raspberry aromas. Velvety tannins are balanced by refreshing acidity creating the support for the luscious fruit. This wine will linger on your palate as layers of nuances unveil themselves. Take your time enjoying this one." - Winemaker NotesCheese Pairings: Goat, Brie, CamembertFood Pairings: Pork Marsala, Salmon, Roasted Duck

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Ravines Wine Cellars:
Ravines Wine Cellars is a boutique winery on the hillside of glacier-carved Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. We produce fine, dry European-style wines: wines with character, balance and a sense of place.
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Snooth User: KittyOliver
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05/11/2009

Had this great wine at the Italian Bistro in Hammondsport - perfect with our meal! Very light and elegant, paired nicely with my Talapia Saltimbocca. Earthy aroma, gorgeous garnet color!



"The Pinot Noir grape, originating from the famous Burgundy region of France, thrives in the cool and long Finger Lakes growing season, which creates wines with distinctive characteristics of cherry and raspberry aromas. Velvety tannins are balanced by refreshing acidity creating the support for the luscious fruit. This wine will linger on your palate as layers of nuances unveil themselves. Take your time enjoying this one." - Winemaker NotesCheese Pairings: Goat, Brie, CamembertFood Pairings: Pork Marsala, Salmon, Roasted Duck

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