From Our Bistro to You
06 MAY 2021
From our Bistro to YOU…
In France, Pinot Noir is labelled by the region in which it is grown, like Burgundy (or Bourgogne). It is a thin-skinned grape variety that takes its name from a combination of the French words. Pinot for pine, due to its tight, pinecone shaped, fruit clusters. The word Noir comes from the grape skins natural dark color. Pinot Noir wines are light to medium body and range in style from light and fruity to complex with aging capability. Pinot Noir is produced around the world despite being notoriously difficult to grow. Both California and Oregon produce exceptional and elegant Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir, due to its more delicate nature and red berry profile is perfect for many wine and food pairings.
Erath, an Oregon Pinot, medium-bodied with aromas of tart cherry, cranberry, subdued spice, and fresh earth. Lovely and supple, it has the versatility to match anything!
Meiomi, from California, this wine opens to reveal fruit aromas of strawberry and jammy fruit, mocha, and vanilla, along with toasty oak notes, boysenberry, blackberry, dark cherry flavors.