Summer has officially begun, and Hayley Hamilton Cogill of D Magazine's SideDish blog has a recommendation for your Memorial Day Weekend:
"I usually shy away from a Pinot Noir that is priced less than $20 as this finicky variety need to be finessed, which often means more work in the vineyard, and more cost. However, for an approachable, easy Pinot Noir consider the small production, family owned wines from Pike Road. Sister wine to Elk Cove Vineyards, the predominantly estate grown Pike Road Pinot Noir is filled with red cherry, juicy red apple and strawberry notes."
It's true, it really is tricky to grow Pinot Noir, known as a difficult and expensive varietal, and keep costs low enough to make a quality wine under $20. We are extra proud that Pike Road can do just that.
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