Product was provided for free however the review is my honest opinion.
Chris was on her way home. It was going to be a long travel day starting from Haiti to Atlanta and finally home. There was bad weather on the east coast so her arrival time at Minneapolis airport turned from a 11:30pm gate to 1:00am.
Finally my last dinner on my home. I had yellow and red bell peppers that needed to be eaten, so I decided to chop them up and pan fry them with sautéed onions. Along with cottage cheese and sausage hamburgers with cheese.
Now what do I pair the food with? Chris is not a huge Pinot Noir fan so I decided to have a glass of Pinot Noir.
Medium color depth and a ruby hue.
Moderate young-fruity aromas of cranberry, raspberry, white pepper.
Dry, medium-bodied with slight tart acidity. Tannins were medium and soft. Velvet mid-palate flavors with a medium length finish.
How much: Wine club $65 and it they are sold out.
Region/Appellation: Santa Barbara County, Sta. Rta. Hills appellation
I rated the 2012 WALT “Rita’s Crown” Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir three glasses.
Life is too short to drink crappy wine. Expand your palate and keep trying.