Gray Monk Pinot Noir 2014

Garnet in color with a mild soft red berry nose. On the mid palate this is a varietal spot on Pinot Noir. Lovely soft red berries to match the nose, strawberries and the like along with some nice rustic notes. On the medium length finish the wine displays some lovely dryness and nice tannins. The wine has some nice mouth grip with the rustic notes lingering nicely. This is quite a complex wine, for the price it’s a great deal. A perfect pinot. I would give it an 88-89. Yumm.

From the LCBO web site:
Gray Monk Pinot Noir 2014 — VINTAGES#: 251835
STYLE – Medium-bodied & Fruity
Release Date:March 4, 2017
750 mL bottleAlcohol/Vol12.1%Made in:British Columbia, CanadaBy:Gray Monk Cellars Ltd.Sugar Content:2 g/LSweetness Descriptor:XD – Extra DryStyle:Medium-bodied & FruityVarietal:Pinot NoirDescriptionGray Monk began operations in 1972 and it’s one of Canada’s most well-known producers, let alone BC. You can expect this 2014 Pinot Noir to be earthy and floral with a lovely texture. Look for notes of sandalwood, cherry, smoke and peppery spice. Enjoy with grilled salmon or herb-dressed grilled pork.This is a VQA wine. $19.95

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