This was accidently added to a tasting of Loire Cabernet Franc. It is of course, Pinot Noir. Certainly not a fair way to sample the wine as it was only after the wines were unveiled that the mistake was identified. A couple people did say it was Pinot like which is very impressive. Still, here is the tasting note. Ruby in color, clear and bright. The nose is tight but shows some cherries, spice and slight chalk. Medium bodied. On the palate, this has nice cherry fruit along with a bit of candied cherries. Nice finish. It drinks well, if lighter on its own and would work well with roasted fowl or salmon. Drink over the next ten years.
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