I’m unabashedly an old world gal – you won’t often find U.S. wines on my table – but every now and then something special comes along. This wine is made by a young musician turned winemaker who grew up in New Orleans (hence the nod to one of the city’s hippest neighborhoods). This carbonic macerated Pinot Noir is pure delight in the glass. Juicy, candied fruit on the nose is tamed by a structured palate. Don’t fret Gamay and Pinot Noir lovers, this wine is still dangerously quaffable, especially with a slight chill. It’s going to be 60 degrees Thursday, take a break from those full-bodied reds and grab a bottle of this!
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