Longhouse Pinot Noir

Longhouse Pinot Noir

Longhouse Pinot Noir

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Longhouse Pinot Noir presents itself as an elegant red wine with a captivating array of details. Delicate in its ruby-red complexion, this Pinot Noir boasts a nuanced and complex profile. The nose is adorned with enchanting aromas of red cherries, subtle hints of earthy undertones, and a touch of aromatic spices that contribute to its allure.

On the palate, the wine unfolds with finesse, showcasing a harmonious blend of red berry flavors, perhaps with notes of cranberry or raspberry, complemented by a gentle undertone of vanilla or oak. The tannins are smooth, contributing to a velvety texture that lingers on the palate. The finish is long-lasting, leaving a delightful impression that invites another sip.

Crafted with precision and care, Longhouse Pinot Noir is a testament to the artistry of winemaking, capturing the essence of the grape varietal and the unique terroir from which it originates. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with a variety of dishes, this Pinot Noir promises a sensory journey that appeals to both novice and seasoned wine enthusiasts alike.

Longhouse Pinot Noir has notes of red fruit, including black cherry, raspberry, and strawberry. It also has subtle hints of baking spice and lingering tannins.

Longhouse Pinot Noir is a wine made from grapes grown in some of the oldest vineyards in Monterey County. The wine has notes of black cherry, raspberry, and strawberry, with subtle hints of baking spice.
Longhouse also makes a 2020 Sonoma County Pinot Noir, which has notes of rhubarb, raspberry, and bright red fruits. The wine has refined tannins and a finish with subtle hints of black tea and allspice.
Pinot Noir is usually a light- to medium-bodied, dry wine with bright acidity and silky tannins. It has an alcohol content of 12–15%. The best Pinot Noir has complex flavors that include cherry, raspberry, mushroom, and forest floor. When aged in French oak, it also has notes of vanilla and baking spice.

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