"With Pinot Noir, does soil Matter?"
Friday, January 21, 2011 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
The Wine Country
2301 Redondo Ave Signal Hill CA, 90755-4019
Join Domestic Wine Specialist Bennett Traub as he discusses the “footprint” of place on one of the most sensual and beloved varieties, Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir, much like its sister Chardonnay, are grapes that are products of place. They are wines that crave cooler climates and thrive on morning fog to protect their thin skins, and they need a slower ripening to coax the truly sumptuous flavors and textures that they are capable of. Ever had an amazing Pinot Noir from Lodi? Exactly. Tonight Bennett pulls out some of his favorite wines from America’s greatest Pinot Noir growing regions including Santa Barbara, Sonoma Coast, Russian River, Willamette Valley, Anderson Valley and more.
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