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Wall Street Journal features Edoardo Miroglio Soli Pinot Noir 2011
Will Lyons appeared with an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal about the Edoardo Miroglio Soli Pinot Noir 2011. OK, we’ve all heard of Pinot Noir, but grown in Bulgaria? Those who were regularly buying value wine in the 1970s may have picked up a bottle of Bulgarian Cabernet Sauvignon, but Pinot? “It's actually really rather good for the money,” Lyons wrote. “Edoardo Miroglio's wine is fresh with pretty red fruit that really wouldn't look out of place in a lineup of entry-level Burgundy,” Lyons wrote.
We point your attention to its tasting notes below:
SOLI Pinot Noir
GRAPES: Pinot noir
COLOUR: Attractive light red colour with soft purple nuances.
AROMA: The nose is dominated by ripe cherry aromas, with delicate hints of musk and tobacco.
TASTE: On the palate the wine is light structured and elegant, with fresh and aromatic finish.
AGEING: 8 months - part of the blend in French oak barriques, the rest of the wine in botti
SERVING SUGGESTION: Veal / White Meat / Cream Cheese