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Wine Review Online Review Rated 95 CRITICS CHALLENGE PLATINUM MEDAL Drawing fruit from two famed locations, this wine delivers serious bang for the buck. Rich, spicy sweet raspberry aromas fool you into thinking that something sweet tasting is headed your way, but what is delivered is a dry, food friendly wine that gives cherry, citrus and oak spice that finishes long and mouth watering. A crowd-pleasing quaffer that will introduce your friends who are wading into red wine slowly to this prized variety. A Platinum Award winner at the 2015 Critics Challenge International Wine Competition.
Wine Tasting Notes The Aquinas Pinot Noir is an intensely aromatic wine displaying notes of sweet cherry, Tahitian vanilla creme brulee and raspberry compote. It has a remarkably rich fruit flavor of sweet cranberry and pomegranate, both nuances of Napa, along with sour cherry and a pleasant earthiness, contributions from the Sonoma Coast. Bright acidity leads some of the fruit flavors to have a tart edge followed by a hint of dried lavender and a delicate touch of French oak to round out the palate. The addition of Petite Sirah gives mid-palate weight to this bright, medium-bodied wine. The earthiness of mushroom risotto will highlight the fruit characters of this wine, while the robust acidity and aromatic qualities are a perfect complement to white pizza with fresh herbs.