Iron Horse Estate Pinot Noir 2006
from Russian River, California
The most distinctive character of Iron Horse Pinot Noir is that it goes beyond the bright fruit character typical of the Russian River area, showing deeper, earthier flavors that are special to Green Valley. This is a very expressive, stylish wine. It has extraordinary depth of character and yet the weight and texture of the wine are so light and silky, it just glides across the palette.
The current top ten dishes to go with this vintage: Tea smoked Liberty duck breast, broiled figs with Point Reyes Original Blue and balsamic vinegar, roasted guinea hen, grilled salmon salad with arugula and Laura Chenel Chevre, boeuf a la bourguignonne, macaroni and cheddar cheese with bacon, grilled lamb chops with rosemary, seared Maine scallops with wild chanterelles, chili rubbed spare ribs barbequed over grapevines, and sea salt seasoned French fries.
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