Original
36 Ratings
Belle Glos Pinot Noir Oeil de Perdrix

Wine Details

Varietal

Pinot Noir

Style

Rosé

Wine Description

Pale pink with a copper hue, this wine has a classic “eye of the partridge” color. Citrus-driven aromas carry through to the palate. On entry, bright acidity and flavors of pink grapefruit and lemon zest enliven the orange creamsicle notes, while hints of dried apricot and sweet spice add complexity. The brightness verges on minerality, but there is so much weight that the richness balances out the firm acidity and carries the flavors of dried fruit through the long-lasting finish.

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    deep garnet; luxurious and dynamic aromas of ripe strawberry, bright cherry, and faint spicy oak and vanilla; complex palate with smooth layers of rich red currants and baking spice flavors with light smoke, earth, and leather; balanced, velvety texture and supple tannins carry the through to a lingering succulent finish

    almost 7 years
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    moderate cherry and soft fruit on the nose and mild fruit fwd in the mouth with a balanced tanin characteristic

    over 6 years
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    A medium body with a taste of blackberries and cherries at the front. Finishes clean and very smooth.

    over 6 years
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    7/29/10 with black bean quesadillas. Very fruity. Cherry & spice. Very smooth. Great value.

    over 6 years
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    Very drinkable. Good with goat cheese, mushrooms, etc. Smooth and slightly earthy.

    over 6 years
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    good nose, very smoky and dark fruit, plum, cherry, not wonderful, not bad

    over 6 years
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    old world style. Great nose, smooth finish. Want more of this wine.

    over 6 years
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    richer and earthier than a typical Pinot. very smooth

    about 6 years
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    one of the best pinot we have had

    over 6 years
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    light body; nice fruity taste

    over 6 years
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    excellent

    over 6 years
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    Sept.'10

    over 6 years