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Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Sip Happens: Cono Sur Single Vinyard Pinot Noir 2015
it comes to red wine, my search is never-ending. Being that I've always been
drawn to red wine over white (in most cases not all), I'm always keeping an eye
open for the wines that really stand out.
due to their quilty, price point, or a combination of both, I only ever feature
wines that I really love.
being said, when I find a great red wine that I love, and it retails for under
20$ aka 19.95 at the LCBO, well I just have to take a moment and tell you all
me introduce you to Cono Sur Single Vinyard Pinot Noir
those of you that have not yet tried the Cono Sur Pinot Noir 2015, it has a
vibrant ruby-red colour, and is filled with notes of berries, sour cherry, and
lingers with a subtle hint of tobacco on the nose.
the palate, as it glides down you feel the juicy fullness, with a great acidity
and perfect balance of flavours, leaving you wanting another sip.
smooth, its full without being overly strong, and is just a very approachable
and easy to drink pinot noir.
in a cool climate (yes that's possible in Chile) and very close to the coast,
the grapes experience cool nights, foggy mornings, and gentle days until the
grapes are hand-picked in April for this 2015 vintage.
(aka Thanksgiving) as well as meats and aged cheese, really this is a great
dinner or pre-dinner wine.
The fine print:
Valle de San Antonio
at: The LCBO for $19.95 CAD (check listing for other areas)
if you're looking to add something new to your collection that isn't just the
same old same and doesn't break the bank, you should try a glass of Cono Sur
Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015.