Pinot Noir is a distinguished and popular varietal, and thanks to its velvety and smooth nature, it’s versatile with many foods. Native to Burgundy, France, it also grows well in New Zealand, California, Oregon, and is one of three varietals found in Champagne.
This 100 percent organic selection is made from grapes grown on 40-year-old vines. Displaying ripe raspberry and strawberry, with notes of currant, plum and spice (clove) on the finish, the purity of the fruit makes this wine suitable for everyday enjoyment.
~ via Paolo Bonetti–elephant journal, Fall 2007
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