Today we are trying a 2009 Pinot Noir by Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard from Alsace. I think this is the first Pinot Noir we have ever carried from Alsace and the first I have ever had myself. This starts off with some nice aromas of earth and raspberry. Built for food, the wine has flavors of earth, root vegetable with a touch of sour red fruit. I expected strong similarities to Burgundy but this has a character all its own. An interesting alternative to your typical Pinot Noir.
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Today we trying the 2007 Fattoria Le Pupille Morellino di Scansano. Orginally a suggested retail price of $21.99, we were able to secure a deal with our distributor so we can offer it to our customers at $8.99. Has some nice aromas of leather, herbs and cherry on the nose. This gives way to some big flavors of black raspberry, cherry and tar, ending with a strong mineral finish. Very long finish for an wine at this price point.
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Today we are trying the 2009 A to Z Pinot Noir from Oregon. The 2008 got 90 points from Wine Spectator and the vintage might have been Oregon’s best. They say 2009 is also a very good vintage in Oregon. The wine has some nice spice and bramble aromas. Has some nice structure with a solid backbone with some classic Pinot Noir flavors the lead to a long finish.