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Albert Ponnelle Bourgogne Réserve De La Chèvre Noire Pinot Noir

From my friends at  Peloton Imports, this is one heck of a bottle for 20 bucks. I have been trying my darndest to highlight wines that many folks can try by picking up a bottle or more, online. This is just a fab wine, whatever the price. And yes, I adore the bottle. Every glorious detail…

From their site:  Garnet core to a soft ruby rim. A broodingly seductive nose of cherry compote, cola, Chanterelle mushrooms, white pepper and just a slightly jazzy/bright note of cranberry on the tail end. Medium feel with nicely integrated acidity and fine tannins, the black cherry notes come through elements of earth, clove and allspice. Truly amazing value for Burg… bring on the Black Goat!



 

 

Eola Hills Oregon Pinot Noir

20151007-073154.jpg Wine Wednesday brings us our first red of the new season. An ‘everyday extraordinary’ as the tag line on the bottle states, highly enjoyable Pinot Noir. This was a gift awhile back from a dinner guest. The graphic label no doubt what helped draw them to the bottle knowing we would love it. They were correct. Adore that oversized “P” which really sets the bottle apart. What is in the bottle is equally yummy. This hits the under 20 dollars I like for house wine. With berry notes, lovely solo drinking vino. I had a glass with chicken Parmesan we had delivered last eve after a long, busy & fun day of display at the Market shop. The wine holding up right along. From our neighbors to the South, Eola Hills Winery in Oregon.