The Ministry of the Vinterior has spared no expense or effort in farming what it feels is a
paradigm of this variety. But individual taste is subjective and the general population will
decide the flavors and qualities it finds in the wine. As one of the world's most versatile food wines, Pinot Noir plays well with poultry, beef, fish,
lamb and pork; with creamy sauces and spicy foods; with bare thighs and a rubber duck. It's the
only wine the populace ever needs.
Just had this with a pork dish and was very good. Pretty bold fruit forward, though a little too peppery on the backend. If it had a little less pepper would have been a 5.