Pinot is a relatively easy grape to pick – as opposed to the smaller Gewurtztraminer. I know. I’ve picked both at Symphony Vineyard.
$13.99 – a saving of $2 off the regular price.
Had a quick sample before prepping dinner to decide on how I was going to do the tenderloin. Decided on grilled rings.
Chile does lovely Pinot Noirs and this is no exception. Casablanca Valley is where this one hails from. Fabulous value for the money.
This pinot is light in colour – almost a pale purple. I opened the bottle about an hour and a half before starting dinner – had a sip then. Flavours expanded considerably by the time we sat down to eat.
Don’t walk by this one because of the goofy label.
grilled red onion and mushrooms with the pork tendeloin; mashed yam, and pea pods.