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EnRoute Pinot Noir Les Pommiers 750ml

by EnRoute
Original price $56.99 - Original price $56.99
Original price
$56.99 - $56.99
Current price $56.99

EnRoute Pinot Noir Les Pommiers is a premium red wine produced by the EnRoute Winery, which is located in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, California. The wine is made from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Les Pommiers vineyard, which is one of the top vineyards in the area for producing high-quality Pinot Noir.

EnRoute Pinot Noir Les Pommiers is a medium-bodied wine with a deep ruby color and aromas of red fruits, such as cherry and raspberry, along with subtle notes of earth and spice. On the palate, the wine is elegant and refined, with flavors of red cherry, cranberry, and a hint of vanilla. The tannins are soft and silky, providing a long and graceful finish.

This wine is aged in French oak barrels, which adds complexity and depth to the wine, as well as some subtle notes of spice and vanilla. It is a great match for a wide range of dishes, including roasted meats, mushroom risotto, and other hearty, flavorful dishes.

EnRoute Winery is known for its high-quality, small-batch wines, and their Pinot Noir Les Pommiers is a standout example of the type of exceptional wines that can be produced in the Russian River Valley. The winery focuses on sustainable farming practices and traditional winemaking techniques, which result in wines that are both elegant and expressive.

Overall, EnRoute Pinot Noir Les Pommiers is a refined and elegant wine with a complex flavor profile that is sure to satisfy fans of Pinot Noir. It is a great example of the high-quality wines that are produced in the Russian River Valley, and is a testament to the skill and expertise of the winemakers at EnRoute.

Professional Review

Wine Enthusiast: 94 Points

With ample length and breadth, this full-bodied style of wine is an impressive showcase of the appellation, richly layered and textured. Rose petal, cherry and peppery baking spice accent tingling acidity that keeps it fresh and complex.

Wine Spectator: 92 Points

Lithe, offering cherry preserves and damson plum mixed with hints of lacy black tea and singed anise. Modest in scale but with good energy through the finish, delivering a nice hint of dark earth at the very end.