Line 39 Pinot Noir
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, perhaps you’re looking for a versatile but inexpensive wine to serve with roasted turkey and side dishes. Well, I’ve got the perfect wine for you: 2017 Line 39 Pinot Noir ($11.99). Priced right at twelve bucks, this economical Pinot is easy on the wallet, which allows you to spend more on the turkey, pies and such.
Line 39 wines take their name from the 39th parallel, which runs through the heart of California’s wine country. The Central Coast of California is an optimal location for growing Pinot Noir grapes and this food-friendly, fruit-driven Pinot has a lot to like. Black cherry, raspberry and huckleberry flavors are abundant in this easy-drinking wine, with soft tannins and herbal notes.
2017 Line 39 Pinot Noir will be a perfect partner for roasted turkey and cranberry sauce, but would also pair nicely with pasta, pork, mushroom-based dishes, and much more. Give it a try; I’m pretty sure it’ll be a hit at your holiday party.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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