The Final Round of BC Pinot Noirs Reviewed |
The last drops of BC Pinot Noir have crossed my lips, and their wine story has passed to my fingers then notes on paper, and finally this digital review for you. It has been quite an interesting experience to try all these BC Pinot Noirs, noting all the different flavours and aromas. Of course there are common flavours and aromas, but my next step, aggregating the flavour and aroma profiles to vineyard and soil type will hopefully reveal some interesting results, just as happened with my BC Riesling Review last year. Enjoy reading through these final reviews, and if any sound tasty to you, please drop by your nearest wine shop, or contact the winery directly to buy some wine. BC Pinot Noir Reviews Tantalus, Arrowleaf, and Seven Directions Pinot Noir wines Seven Directions Canyonview Vineyard Pinot Noir Rose, 2015. Pale salmon in colour. A very fruity, sweet nose. Aromas of red fruits, strawberries, and candied red fruit. It is dry with higher acidity, that bites a bit on your