Pelee Island Pinot Noir 2009 Review
This Burgundy grape is one of the oldest varieties cultivated by man. On Pelee Island it thrives in a microclimate that enjoys the longest growing season with the greatest amount of heat units in Canada.
A medium red wine with a leather/ tobacco aroma and a distinctive tannic finish.
This wine is best served at room temperature with grilled or roasted red meat, game, ham, roast pork or grilled Atlantic salmon.
GRAPES: 85% Pinot Noir, 15% Zweigelt
Price: 750 mL $12.75
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