Beautiful aromas of red fruits intermingle with roasted spices followed by a delicious, elegant silky palate of poached ripe plums resulting in medium bodied wine with soft edges. Crafted for drinking now, it has the structure and fruit to be enjoyed for two years and beyond.
This is Paul Cluver's entry level Pinot Noir, so named to replicate the village classification in Burgundy.
Serve with rosemary and mustard infused lamb Asian style fish dishes or vegetarian lentil burgers.
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