Trapiche Oak Cask Mendoza Pinot Noir 2010 Wine Review (NW)
Spicy cherry and black tea on the nose
Medium bodied on the palate
Kirsch and some woody notes on the finish
As far as inexpensive Pinot Noir goes, this is a good, interesting, and oaky style. It's not a conventional wine, but it drinks nicely. There's a lot of spice, tea, and woody notes wrapped around the fruit. Expect to pay around $10 for this Argentinian bargain. Raise a glass!