This tasty Pinot serves as a prime example that wineries can make an inexpensive Pinot Noir that doesn’t taste like bargain wine. This easy drinking wine offers big ripe aromas and flavors of black cherry and blackberry nicely balanced with notes of spice, herbs, and vanilla. It was aged in a combination of French and American oak barrels 12 months. Widely available it’s $13.99 retail at BevMo! and at grocery stores.