Pinot Noir is an interesting grape for me as I love it as a white wine, a sparkling wine (both white and rose) and a red wine. Yes, it does come as a white wine folks. There are some Burgundies that I love, and some phenomenal ones from Oregon where it has to be at least 85% Pinot Noir so say it on the label.
While on a Total Wine excursion in Cherry Hill, one of my favorite attendants there spoke highly of this one, which is $9.89 a bottle and so I picked it up. I finally opened it up last night and was rewarded with some lovely flavors of cherry and clove. The color is a nice medium-dark purple (Carnelian?) and the mouth is a nice shade of velvet -- ha ha ha, I said shade of velvet.
This wine should be a staple for Thanksgiving dinner as it would pair well with turkey as well as duck.