1. A Pinot Noir of a Different Color

    njmonthly.com (Aug 21 2013)

    1. A Pinot Noir of a Different Color

      No red grape varietal has experienced a greater growth in national awareness and consumption in the last 10 years than Pinot Noir. I recently enjoyed two bottles of Oregon Pinot Noir with friends, one red and one white—yes, white.

      In addition to its beautiful tart red berry fruit and soft elegant mouth feel, Pinot Noir has several great qualities that most white wines have, including good acidity and lighter body. This was evident in the beautiful 2012 Pinot Noir Blanc Bayliss-Bower Vineyard we enjoyed from Ghost Hill Cellars. To start the evening, we had a selection of mild cheeses ...

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