Drink If You Like
Merlot, Pinot Noir , Tempranillo
The Full Review
Do you dig big wines, but want to experience Pinot Noir, knowing it’s lighter in style? This is a great transition bottle, and it even goes with steak. It is soft and plush, but deep and sweet. The alcohol is high-ish, but that doesn’t take away from the balance. It’s a bigger Pinot, but if you're baby-stepping down to a lighter red, this is a good start.