This is a still red wine (Pinot Noir) made in the Champagne region of France. Garnet in color, clear and bright. The nose is nice with cinnamon, cherries, slight black cherry, and a bit of poblano pepper. Medium bodied. Good acidity. Light tannins. On the palate, this is a slightly watery, slightly bitter note that is unusual in a Pinot but also plenty of cherries and a bit of green pepper. It is a very good wine, but it is also one of the more interesting Pinots I have had. There is a nice complexity. It was served with a bunch of wines, and this would be fascinating to drink on its own over a few hours. And, probably better with some food such as broiled chicken. It will be difficult to track a bottle down, but worth it if you can.