The 2009 JK Carriere Glass White Pinot Noir holds all the promise of summer in one glass. The wine is produced using the same techniques as turn-of-the-century French rosé Champagne, and though it doesn’t actually have any bubbles, it does have lots of zest and perhaps even a slight spritz which lifted the flavors to new heights. The magnificent peach color is complemented by aromas of mouthwatering watermelon Jolly Ranchers, bubble gum, white flowers and citrus. On the palate, there were strawberries, Key Lime pie, bright grapefruit and a delightful and lingering kiwi finish. Food-friendly acids and a great price make this a perfect summer sipper. Read more about Tamara’s visit to JK Carriere on her blog Sip with Me.

WHO: JK Carriere Wines
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHERE: Willamette Valley, Oregon
WHEN: 2009
HOW MUCH: $20

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  1. Cole Powell

    my girlfriend has a grape fruit plantation in their backyard and we always taste some of the harvest.:*-