Assuming that fans of Pinot Noir are divided into two "camps" - from one of Burgundy and the other in New Zealand - this Pinot Noir Domaine Alpha will win without question both sides. A label that deserve to choose, not only because it will perfectly accompany a fine meal, but also to discover for yourself the unique aspect of a wine previously exported entirely in one of the most demanding markets in the world: that of America.
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Varietal Composition: b> Pinot Noir 100% Location: b> "vines" growing zone Amynteon Vineyard: b> Linear vineyard owned 650 acres at an altitude of 620-710 meters Territory: b> Sandy - sandy clay soil with excellent drainage Climate: b> Semi continental with significant snowfall and hot, dry summers with cool nights. Frequent Northwestern winds Absence of spring frost Performance: b> 350 lbs / acre Vinification: b> Apovostrychosi, no struts, kryoekchylisi in a controlled environment, to classified fermentation temperatures, maintenance of wine for eight months on lees with regular stirring. Aging: b> Eleven (11) months in French oak barrels for four months and ten (14) bottles. Not filtered before bottling. Tasting notes: b> Particular care in the vineyard and a nice touch to the wine winery led ALFA PINOT NOIR. A wine high intensity, balance and structure. Depth and concentration, balanced with fresh acidity and minerals of the area. Alluring bouquet of complex aromas characterized by wild cherries, spices and plums, raspberries, and cocoa notes with fresh acidity to attract each trained palate Tasty Harmony: b> At room temperature (18 ° C) is excellent with grilled meats and French cheeses. Recommended to decant the special carafe.