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Vergari 2006 Pinot Noir Sangiacomo Vineyard

Vergari’s 2006 ‘Sangiacomo Vineyard’ Pinot Noir was crafted in Sonoma County’s Petaluma Gap region, which is known for its exquisite Pinot Noirs. This latest achievement from Vergari Wines is an impressive, engaging wine that evolves in the glass, revealing more of its distinguished flavor profile and firm structure as it opens up. Ruby in color, the Vergari 2006 ‘Sangiacomo Vineyard’ Pinot Noir has a pronounced spice bouquet of sour cherry, raspberry, and earthy aromas. Its fruit-driven entry gives way to a deep, richly flavored mid-palate of black fruit, herbs, mineral notes, and dark berry preserve honed by the sweet oak nuances. Excellent structure and balance. Try pairing with mushroom pasta dishes and pork. [+]