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Stéphane Berg Pinot Noir 2014

Alsace, France

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Vivacious, perky red with bright floral aromas and a red-fruited wash of pomegranate, tangy cherry, wood spice and crunchy rhubarb. The wash is midweight, the tannins light and the overall impression one of energy and freshness. Lovely!

Probably better with food: roast duck, good cheese and lamb cutlets are all good candidates. 

This lively, fresh red comes from hand-harvested Pinot Noir grapes grown in the pretty NE French region of Alsace. Cave d'Orschwiller is located in the southern part of the Bas-Rhin subregion.

Alsace is a mostly-white wine (90%) region, whose trademarks include varying sweetness levels, oak-free winemaking, varietal labelling and tall, slender 'flute' bottles (which must be used by law). Alsace is one of France's easier appellations to understand, as the majority (74%) of bottles fall conveniently into the broad AC Alsace category. Pinot Noir makes up 10% of production, although some of this goes into sparkling (Cremant) wine. 

Alsace, France
Alcohol: 12.5%
Style: Fresh, fruity, crisp
Closure: Cork
Drink by: 2019

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