Oak Bay Pinot Noir 2013

I love pinots and love Okanagan wines, the terroir from the region is distinct. This wine is lovely garnet in color with a lovely varietal rustic nose. On the mid palate the wine matches the nose with lovely rich rustic notes, some nice soft red berries, raspberries and the like. On the medium length finish the wine displays some lovely firm tannins and crisp acidity. If you like your pinots soft an fruity … ahhh this is so not the wine for you. It’s big it’s bold and it’s beautiful. Yumm. The tannins mean this ought to have some life in it, 2-5 years or so. I would give it a solit 89+ BUY MORE!!!!

From the LCBO web site:
Oak Bay Pinot Noir 2013 — VINTAGES#: 267146
STYLE – Medium-bodied & Fruity
This wine is sustainably farmed and fermented in French oak. It offers sour cherry, beetroot, earthy notes and a touch of toasty woodsmoke. The producer suggests pouring it alongside scallops with back bacon and vanilla. (Vintages panel, March 2017) $19.95
Release Date:July 22, 2017
Alcohol/Vol 12.9% Made in:British Columbia, Canada By: Gebert Family, St. Hubertus Sugar Content:2 g/L Sweetness Descriptor: XD – Extra Dry Style:Medium-bodied & Fruity Varietal:Pinot NoirT his is a VQA wine

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