Episode 93 – Burgundy vs Oregon Pinot Noir: Old World vs New World

Episode 93 – Burgundy vs Oregon Pinot Noir: Old World vs New World Episode 93 – Burgundy vs Oregon Pinot Noir: Old World vs New World

In this weeks episode, Shelley and Phil dive into an Old World Pinot Noir (Burgundy) and a New World Pinot Noir (from Oregon) to taste through the differences of the two. Pinot Noir is the favorite grape of many because of its versatility with food pairings. Pick up one of these wines (Studio 107 has them both!) or just taste through your favorite Pinot Noir. In either case, #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing

  • 2020 Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir ($32 from Studio 107)
  • 2019 Louis Jadot Marsannay Longeroies ($48 from Studio 107)

For more information on the 2020 Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir, please visit https://shop.kenwrightcellars.com/product/2020-Willamette-Valley-Pinot-Noir-750 

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Mentions: Wine For Normal People, Dan Manson, Gary Vaynerchuck

The Social Web Wine Time Fridays Wine Word of the Week: Vitis Vinifera 

A European species of grapevine that produces the majority of the world’s quality wine.

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Wines we enjoyed this week: Chateau Souverain Chardonnay, Baer Ursa, Giguiere Estate Pillars of Hercules, Monde Eau Chardonnay, Viña Pedrosa El Pedrosal Reserva (2006!), Four Vines Naked Chardonnay, Callaway Cellar Selection Chardonnay, Dominique Raimond Château Montfollet Pégase Malbec

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