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    Bouchard Aine & Fils Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2007
    Pinot Noir - Burgundy, France

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    Region: Burgundy, France

    Varietal: Pinot Noir

    Style: Light & Fruity

    Alcohol By Volume: 12.5%

    • 10%
    • 16%

    Item no. 98045

    Winemaker's Notes:

    Brilliant cherry red. Red fruit aromas, cherry, kirsch with notes of lime and mint. A plump wine with a lot of fruit and a delicate note of wood. Good persistence. Harmonious and well balanced.

    Pair with grilled or roasted red meats, light game, poultry and mild cheeses.

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    Diane Mauk (2/24/2011)
    I double checked the label and the price point of this wine after the first sip. Wow! It was really delicious and quite versatille.
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    Marty in Mpls (9/28/2010)
    I can't wait to try the '07. the '06 was smooth and drinkable. All our friends loved it. we went through two cases. I don't like all the sulfites in the u.s wines and usually avoid them. I usually drink non - US produced reds.
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    sshank (1/20/2011)
    Fruit forward, lighter than the Oregon Pinot Noir. Decanted or not it just did not have enough tannins for me.
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    VAwinegirl74 (9/29/2010)
    I am a Pinot Noir lover, plain and simple. My favorite Pinots are from the Willamette Valley in Oregon and some California Pinots. I have explored other Pinots from NZ, Australia, Chile, Italy (Pinot Nero) and some lower priced ones from France. This wine is horrible. It does not even compare to a similarly priced Pinot Noir from California (Castle Rock, Mark West or Coastal Vines) or Oregon (Pull Eighty or Terrapin). I do not like most Pinot Nero from Italy either. If you are a die hard Pinot fan -- just stick with the good ole' USA for good quality Pinot Noir. And if you wish to splurge on an Old World style, grab a bottle of 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape and cellar it for a year or ten. Trust me, 2008 Oregon Pinot Noir is your best bet on incredible wine at this time! Grab it while you can....
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    April Pontz (1/1/2011)
    Just opened the bottle and the cork fell into the bottle and wine exploded everywhere. Tried a glass anyway, and it was obvious the wine was compromised. Do not recommend.
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    Laureen Knutsen (9/28/2010)
    Tried this wine from Sampler case- liked it- then ordered it and it seemed like a different wine- very poor
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    Gecko21 (12/7/2011)
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    V Sheri (8/14/2011)

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