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Sartori di Verona Pinot Noir 2009

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Sartori di Verona Pinot Noir 2009 750ml

Sartori di Verona Pinot Noir

Bright ruby in color, with violet reflections. An alluring bouquet of black-cherry jam, black pepper, cloves, and chocolate, accompanied by spice notes and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is elegantly well-balanced with a fine vein of acidity and a persistent finish.

Bright ruby in color, with violet reflections. An alluring bouquet of black-cherry jam, black pepper, cloves, and chocolate, accompanied by spice notes and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is elegantly well-balanced with a fine vein of acidity and a persistent finish.

Here’s a light-bodied, easy-drinking Pinot Noir. The grape seems to do quite well in Veneto, and Sartori delivers it at a great price. It has a fragrant bouquet of dried cherry and hibiscus. Despite the wine’s light body, there’s a suprisingly aggressive palate of herbs and wild berry.

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Sartori di Verona Sartori di Verona Pinot Noir 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Bright ruby in color, with violet reflections. An alluring bouquet of black-cherry jam, black pepper, cloves, and chocolate, accompanied by spice notes and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is elegantly well-balanced with a fine vein of acidity and a persistent finish.
 

Notes on the Sartori di Verona Pinot Noir 750ML 2009

Tasting Notes Bright ruby in color, with violet reflections. An alluring bouquet of black-cherry jam, black pepper, cloves, and chocolate, accompanied by spice notes and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is elegantly well-balanced with a fine vein of acidity and a persistent finish.

Wine Maker Notes Here’s a light-bodied, easy-drinking Pinot Noir. The grape seems to do quite well in Veneto, and Sartori delivers it at a great price. It has a fragrant bouquet of dried cherry and hibiscus. Despite the wine’s light body, there’s a suprisingly aggressive palate of herbs and wild berry.