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Fortant Pinot Noir 1995

Pinot Noir from Languedoc-Roussillon, France
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    Winemaker Notes

    It shows a vibrant cherry red color with hints of russet, with an initial fragrance of raspberries and macerated cherries. The secondary aromas of leather, tobacco and pine are confirmed on the palate, underscoring the ripe fruit flavors offset by toast and floral nuances. The tannins are silky, the texture smooth and the finish lasting and elegant.

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    Fortant, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
    Fortant wines offer the finest expression of the South of France terroir, beautifully displayed across three tiers that embrace the area's diverse and distinctive topography: Mountains Grand Reserve, Hills Reserve and Coast Select.

    Fortant played a pioneering role in the South of France, having led a revolution to champion the noble varietals and implementing a rigorous viticultural regime and committed vineyard partnerships with more than one hundred growers on more than two thousand acres.

    The Languedoc is the largest and most diverse wine growing region in the world. For four generations, Fortant has been on a perpetual quest for excellence at the heart of the Languedoc's vineyards. Fortant wines are the finest expression of terroir and true varietal character. The wine styles are very much influenced by the nature of the soil’s and climate conditions where the vines grow. Their personality reflects the region’s extraordinary diversity and the great quality potential in its micro-climates.

    RPT264083860_1995 Item# 22619