Old Soul Pinot Noir Wine

Vendor Old Soul
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Introducing Old Soul Pinot Noir, a captivating expression of the soulful artistry found in every bottle. Sourced from select vineyards that embody the essence of California's premium wine regions, this Pinot Noir is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and dedication to quality that defines Old Soul.

On the palate, experience the bright and lively character that Pinot Noir is celebrated for. Red currants, cranberries, and a nuanced hint of pomegranate create a symphony of flavors. The medium body and silky tannins offer a velvety texture, ensuring a smooth and refined mouthfeel.

Versatility and Elegance: Old Soul Pinot Noir is the perfect companion for a variety of occasions. Its versatility shines whether enjoyed on its own, enhancing a cozy evening, or paired with a diverse range of dishes. From grilled salmon to roasted duck, this wine effortlessly elevates the dining experience with its balanced acidity and graceful finish.

Craftsmanship and Tradition: Crafted with care and respect for tradition, Old Soul Pinot Noir reflects a commitment to showcasing the unique characteristics of the grape. The aging process is carefully monitored to achieve the perfect balance, resulting in a wine that captures the essence of its origins.

Unwind with Old Soul: Unwind, savor, and celebrate life's moments with Old Soul Pinot Noir. This wine embodies the spirit of its name, offering a connection to the vineyards and the passion behind every bottle. Experience the soulful sophistication of Old Soul Pinot Noir – a tribute to the art of winemaking and the joy it brings to those who appreciate a truly exceptional wine.



Tasting Notes

In the glass, Old Soul Pinot Noir exhibits a beautiful garnet hue with a translucent quality, hinting at the wine's elegance and finesse.

The aromatic profile is enchanting, offering a bouquet of red berries such as ripe strawberries and cherries. Delicate floral undertones and a touch of earthiness contribute to the wine's complexity, creating an inviting and expressive nose.

The first sip unveils a symphony of flavors, with the bright acidity characteristic of Pinot Noir. Red currants, cranberries, and a hint of pomegranate dance on the palate, accompanied by subtle notes of baking spices. The wine's medium body and silky tannins provide a smooth, well-rounded mouthfeel.

Old Soul Pinot Noir leaves a lasting impression with a finish that lingers delicately. The fruitiness persists, joined by a gentle touch of vanilla and a whisper of forest floor. The overall experience is one of balance and refinement.

Distillery Information

Pinot noir is grown around the world, mostly in cooler climates, and the variety is chiefly associated with the Burgundy region of France. Pinot noir is now used to make red wines around the world, as well as champagne, sparkling white wines such as the Italian Franciacorta, and English sparkling wines.
Known for an intense rich red color, Pinot Noir is pleasantly dry, with a flavor profile consisting of cherries, raspberries, mushrooms, clove and hibiscus, among others. With age, vanilla and smoky flavors may become more prevalent. Its structure generally is higher in acidity and lower in tannins.
Typically, Pinot Noir is dry, light- to medium-bodied, with bright acidity, silky tannins and alcohol that ranges between 12–15%. The best Pinot Noir taste has complex flavors that include cherry, raspberry, mushroom and forest floor, plus vanilla and baking spice when aged in French oak.Resveratrol has been linked to lower risks of cancer, stroke, and heart disease, among other benefits. “Pinot noir has the highest concentration of the highly touted antioxidant resveratrol,” Benjamin Appleby, top sommelier at Abe & Louie's in Boston, told The Daily Meal.Pinot Noir means "black pine cone" in French, named for its dark color and compact, conical shape. It isn't known whether Pinot Noir was imported into France or developed in situ from the wild vinifera grapes that grew in Europe before Roman settlement, but it's agreed that Pinot is among the oldest of French grapes.
Pinot noir is both a grape and the name of the wine varietal consisting solely of such grapes. The name comes from the French word for “pine” (pinot), because the grapes grow in pine cone-shaped clusters, and “black” (noir), a reference to their dark hue.In France, its greatest concentration is in Champagne, then Burgundy, Alsace, and the Loire. it's also grown in other European countries, most notably Germany, Switzerland and Northern Italy.