The rule with pinot noir, usually, is avoid anything under $20. Cheap and pinot generally just don’t mix. But then this little wine comes along from the Limestone Coast and doesn’t just smell like pinot but it also has that silky texture that all good pinot should.
It is a pretty and subtle style with black cherry and dried herb aromas plus a touch of liquorice thrown in too. It’s then dry and fleshy in the mouth with good concentration and balance leading to a lingering finish – what’s not to like? Match it up with Vietnamese Banh Mi.