Nose of bright red fruit and a floral bouquet
Lean, fruity core on the palate
Finishes with notes of tart berries, spice, and cola
This wine tastes like real Pinot Noir, although a slightly lean and light style. It's a pretty good value, considering good Pinot Noir is hard to come by for much under $20.
I enjoyed it, and recommend opening a bottle next time you prepare lamb and don't want to break the bank on wine. The bottle cost me $12 at a local store. Raise a glass!