Joint us this Tuesday for a tasting that takes us from North America, to South America, to the South Pacific to try three fruity, full-flavored pinot noirs. Featuring:
- Route 152, California—From the Central Coast region, this medium-bodied pinot has a floral bouquet and bright fruit flavors of wild strawberries and raspberries with a hint of earthiness.
- Zorzal, Argentina—From a region not known for their pinots (Mendoza, Argentina), comes a fresh, delicate red that has garnered 91 points from Robert Parker and been called and “unreal value” for reason: 100% pinot noir, partially whole-cluster fermentation, this lively red shows off the bright red berries of the fruit with a hint of blood orange flavor and slightly floral notes.
- Sileni, New Zealand—This award-winning pinot from Hawke’s Bay (the oldest wine producing region in NZ) packs quite a punch for such a delicate grape, tasting of concentrated berries and spices with a surprisingly smoky finish.