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Grange of Prince Edward Estate Winery Estate Pinot Noir 2012

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There are 4 user submitted reviews for this wine.

Terry Jeans rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Ripe red cherries dominate the aromas, with some earthiness and woodiness. Decent acidity and fruitiness on the palate. A good example of cold weather climate Pinot Noir at a value price.
Jennifer Havers rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

Aromas of tart and sour cherry, some earth, smoke and cedar. Light body, bright and fresh on the palate, and nice acidity. Would be great with a wide variety of dishes, including turkey with cranberry sauce.
rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

Fruit forward aromas of Ontario Pinot Noir: dark red cherries, strawberries, and also hints of cedar or forest floor and baking spices. Cherry and spice flavours with a good acidity would lend this wine to roasted chicken or duck with fruit glaze.
Emilie Ryan rated this wine as 76/100 with the following review:

An old-world Pinot Noir…
Recommended by: a fellow wine enthusiast

Appearance: Light, red but with tones of orangey-brown
Nose: wood, sour cherries.
Taste: very earthy, herbaceous, alcohol, cedar, smokey, green. Definitely needs some food to go with it to tame the acidity and alcohol, possibly some smoked cheese or parmesan, or some grilled chicken, turkey, pork or venison
Finish: cedar, sour cherries, alcohol
Overall impression: I have to be honest that I’ve had better Pinot Noirs that stood by themselves. This is likely better with food given it is an old-world style Pinot Noir.

Value: 2 out of 5




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Grange of Prince Edward Estate Winery Estate Pinot Noir 2012, Prince Edward County, Ontario V.Q.A., Canada Natalie has not yet reviewed this wine. It's listed here for your convenience so that you can find it easily in your local liquor store. Drink: 2015-2017. 230227 13% D 750 mL  $16.95. December 3, 2015  Full Review

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