This Burgundy native is known as one of the world's major reds. In Italy,
Pinot Noir (also named Pinot Nero) is planted primarily in the north. The Jacuzzi family plants their Pinot Noir on their home ranch in the Sonoma Carneros appellation.
This cool growing region equates to longer hang-time, which makes for more complex and richly flavored grapes. Aromas of ripe red cherries, raspberries and strawberries abound in this elegant and silky wine.
Excellent wine - very fruity and full. Nice amount of tannins.
I took this bottle on a trip out of town and enjoyed it with brie and crusty bread for a quick lunchbreak on a long seminar day in LA.