Have them try a Pinot Noir. Why? Because Pinot Noir is light bodied, has silky tannins (smooth) and has a pleasant fruity finish with notes of cherries and berries. This means Pinot Noir is not only a pleasant sipping wine, it is also a versatile meal wine that will complement chicken, pork, red meat and fish.
Pinot Noir is the grape that makes French Burgundies consistently some of the most expensive wines in the world! It is now grown all over the world so it’s easy to find a Pinot Noir from most of your favourite growing regions.
Heck- even if you love red wines and never have tried Pinot Noir… Why not?!
Wine Sense stocks 11 different Pinot Noirs for you to choose from: http://www.mywinesense.com/wine/red/pinot-noir/
Bruce, Manager (Wine Sense – Pembina Hwy)
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