“Choosing The Right Wine Glass”
Question of the week
The question: Can a decent pinot noir be found for $15?
The answer: Just like Sideways, good, inexpensive pinot belongs to the world of fiction. Chile has entered the bargain field with such offerings as Cono Sur, a decent quaff at $10.95 in Ontario. But with no more than $15 to spare, I would tend to opt for just about any other grape. Pinot should be supple and medium-bodied, with flavours of fresh berries and earth lifted by moderate acidity. All too often inexpensive pinot tastes anemic and sharp, as though someone had taken good pinot, watered it down and added a squirt of lemon juice.
Read the rest at: The Globe and Mail.
Happy Wine Wednesday everyone!