Kacaba 2008 Pinot Noir mini review

I’ve not been to the Kacab winery yet, driven past it a number of times, but got the opportunity to taste their wines at the Salut Wine Festival at the Brickworks. I have to say I was impressed. This wine is typical ruby in color with a varietal nose. On the mid pallet this wine is rustic as usual, with some earthy notes. The wine is medium in length on the finish with a nice bit of tannins with oak under control. I was impressed. I would give it an 89. $22 at the winery, not in the LCBO unfortunately. I will have to get a bottle to do a more thorough review. Seemed like it would be quite food friendly!

From the winery’s web site:
Aromas ripe cherry, cocoa, anise and rich baking spices. Plush flavors of cherry, plum and pomegranate meld with hints of delicate tea leaf. A pinot noir with such wonderful presence and mouthfeel.

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