This Pinot Noir 2009 by Averill Creek is great for the red Burgundy fan. Palate is cherry, strawberry, tea, nutmeg, and clove. From Duncan on Vancouver Island.
This stylish reserve Pinot Noir vintage by Averill Creek will surely impress fans of red Burgundy. Fifteen months’ ageing in French Oak brings out aromas of plum, raspberry, violet, tobacco, and tangerine. The medium bodied palate offer flavours of dried cherry, strawberry, tea, nutmeg, and clove. With a finish of earthy minerality and finesse, this Pinot Noir pairs admirably with salmon, duck, and wild mushroom risotto.