The lightest red grape, known for elegance and finesse, gives delicate yet aromatic and spicy wines that go well with almost any food. Somewhat difficult to grow, it’s worth the effort when you taste its complexity.
Pairing: Veal, Pork, Fish and Poultry
An abundance of prune, blackcurrant and cherry aromas with oak spice and cigar box in...
The 2014 Silice Vineyard Pinot Noir has a very dark ruby color. This wine is...
This is focused, with currant, tabacco and coffee notes nacked by smokey, medium-weight finish.