Barton & Guestier Bistro Wine Pinot Noir 2005
from Languedoc-Roussillon, France
In France, the local bistro is where folks go to relax, socialize, drink wine and dine in a casual, friendly setting.
This Pinot Noir has all the right qualities of a good bistro wine: it is simple, delicious, fun to drink, and pairs well with lots of different foods and flavors.
Soft and round on the palate, this wine is chock full of ripe, wild berry flavors and aromas that culminate in a long, supple finish.
The top 3 most liked reviews for this wine.
B&G bistro wine is one of the best wines I have had...its pleasant to taste and is really smooth. It would go well with a range of mild flavored cuisine such as the french...but might not be the best one for meat.
Very nice, enjoyable wine with very fair price...recommended.
This is the wine you find in a bistro in Paris. Reasonable, full full burgandy. Pleasant and light to sip with friend at a Paris sidewalk cafe. At this price buy a case.
After enjoying my first bottle, I have just reordered a case. It is delicious, smooth and fruity.
A Customer - Georgia
Wonderful smooth wine. Very pleasing to the senses. I will be adding it to my regular inventory.
A Customer - Rhode Island
Absolutely loved it! I was a simple white wine drinker and am now converted to Pinot Noirs forever.
A Customer - Oregon
A lovely wine and well priced goes well with veal
A Customer - bellingham wa
a delicious little number, not one to contemplate for hours over, but at this pricepoint it's showing nice complexity. people love it at my tasting tonight
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