Errazuriz Wild Ferment Pinot Noir 2007 Wine Review
Natalie's Score: 90/100Vintages Wine Panel: The name of this wine doesn’t imply Errazuriz has taken to making their Pinot in moss-covered oak barrels deep in the heart of remote Chilean forests. Rather it refers to the wild airborne yeasts that are naturally present on grapes in the vineyard, and result in dramatic flavor complexity. This wine shows attractive cherry and strawberry fruit accented by floral and smoke notes, with a lengthy finish. My note: This vibrant, full-bodied wine spent 9 months in French oak and has a creamy, smoky character as a result. Zingy, ripe cherries, purple plums and pomegranates make this wine a delicious party on the dinner table.
Pinot Noir food pairings: grilled salmon, duck a l'orange, Korean dishes, meatloaf, chambertin cheese.
This Errazuriz Wild Ferment Pinot Noir 2007 was reviewed January 31, 2009
by Natalie MacLean
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