The 2018 Bar Dog Pinot Noir is a medium-bodied wine, with red fruit flavors and low tannins. The palate bursts with flavors of red cherry cola, baking spice, and vanilla.
The best companion you can as for this wine: a pulled pork sandwich.
My Best Friend... Bar Dog Companion, partner, bone-vivant. Always by my side. In my kitchen or at my dog-friendly bar until it is time to go. Like Bar Dog, we love this wine unconditionally. So will you.
Bar Dog is delicious California wine made to be enjoyed every day. For the love of dogs and all they bring to our lives, Bar Dog wines has committed to supporting rescue shelters across North America in partnership with the Petfinder Foundation. The Petfinder Foundation awards grants funded by Bar Dog wines to shelters, helping them provide pet food, supplies, and veterinary treatment for dogs awaiting adoption. Here's how it works; Non-profit rescue shelters simply visit Petfinder Foundation online and submit an application. Upon approval, funds will be distributed directly from a $30,000 fund supported by the sales of Bar Dog wines in the U.S. and Canada. These non-restricted operating grants from Bar Dog Gives Back help organizations continue their good work to find dogs their forever homes.
Internationally recognized for gorgeous, pure fruit combined with great elegance, California Pinot noir thrives among the state’s cooler, coastal zones. Characterized by eclectic flavors and aromas of strawberry, black cherry, plum and potpourri with notes of forest floor, mushroom or black tea, the best California Pinot noir boast a supple texture and good acidity, giving them the ability to improve with age.
Credited with the beginning of Pinot noir’s glory in California, two growers, Joe Rochioli and Joseph Swan in the late 1960s independently planted Pinot noir vineyards in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County. Today Sonoma County remains the leading producer of Pinot noir in the state, and Pinot noir is the leading red grape in the county, achieving its highest potential, in the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast.