Winexpert’s Reserve Pinot Noir from Chile is a bright ruby colour with delicate aromas of red berry flavours. Medium bodied and supple with a hint of herbiness. The mouth feel is very elegant with soft tannins and a subtle oak finish. Black raspberry, red cherry and earthy nuance leap out of the glass.
Although Pinot Noir is often lighter than many red wines it still has good body. Its soft tannins make it a perfect alternative to Cabernet, Shiraz and most reds. And for that deserves a spot in every wine rack.
Vibrant and food friendly, this wine is excellent with huge range of foods from salmon to, grilled pork, roast chicken, roast beef and lamb.
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Pinot Noir finds its home in cooler growing regions around the world. Known at the ‘heartbreak grape’ Pinot Noir is very difficult to grow but it is definitely worth the effort. Pinot Noir at its best is silky, deceptively powerful and elegantly subtle. Pinot Noir is the grape French Burgundies are made with... which are consistently the most expensive wines in the world. Pinot Noir is a great wine for every cellar as it’s a great cross-over wine for food pairing.
Chile is a 'New World' Growing region that is envied for it’s climate and growing conditions. They can grow just about any varietal but is well know for Cabernet, Merlot and Carmènere.
Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.
Great for food, medium bodied wines typically have alcohol levels below 14% and less oak.
Most red wines will have at least a medium oak level as it is an expected part of the taste of a red wine.