Vinum Cellars Pinot Noir 2008

Winemaker's Notes:

This Pinot has a deep brick red color with a rich black cherry, Pinot Noir perfume and earthy spice. It is very Burgundian in style in its reserved use of oak, yet it is sappy on the palate with rich, sweet cherry and soft tannins. This wine pairs well with roasted duck breast and couscous or Eggplant Monsaka. A great every day Pinot Noir; which drinks better than a wine at twice the price.

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Vinum Cellars:
Our basic winemaking philosophy is to work with great grape growers to develop the best fruit in the vineyard. We pick the grapes at optimal ripeness and gently process the fruit. We are very experimental with yeast strains and use different cultures for each variety. Our whites are barrel fermented slowly and aged Sur Lies in small French Oak barrels. With our reds, skin contact is optimized b... Read more
Our basic winemaking philosophy is to work with great grape growers to develop the best fruit in the vineyard. We pick the grapes at optimal ripeness and gently process the fruit. We are very experimental with yeast strains and use different cultures for each variety. Our whites are barrel fermented slowly and aged Sur Lies in small French Oak barrels. With our reds, skin contact is optimized by the use of small open top fermentors, hand punch downs and extended maceration before pressing. Our belief in the use of older French Oak barrels allows the varietal fruit of our wines to be expressed. We are committed to experimenting and learning new winemaking methods while preserving an old world approach. Read less

This Pinot has a deep brick red color with a rich black cherry, Pinot Noir perfume and earthy spice. It is very Burgundian in style in its reserved use of oak, yet it is sappy on the palate with rich, sweet cherry and soft tannins. This wine pairs well with roasted duck breast and couscous or Eggplant Monsaka. A great every day Pinot Noir; which drinks better than a wine at twice the price.

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