On first blush I thought it was a Grenache, but upon searching the website, http://www.dqquino.com/ I found out it is actually made from Aglianico, a rarely grown varietal which originated in Greece. It had all the classic aromas of bright cherries and smoke, framed by subtle spice box similar to a Grenache. The mouth feel of this wine is pleasantly fruity and light. Just a hint of oak. For the price you just can't beat it as an everyday wine. I gave this wine 84 Pt's. Cheers~Enjoy!
2010 Ceja Vineyards Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
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