Saint Gregory Mendocino County Pinot Meunier
Saint Gregory Mendocino County Pinot Meunier
This grape is a relative of the very mutative Pinot Noir and it gets its name from the fine white hairs on the underside of the grape leaf which from a distance resembles baking flour, thus “The Miller” (Meunier in French.) The Pinot Meunier grape is native to Burgundy and Champagne where it is used as a valuable blending component of many champagnes, where it adds fruitiness and softness to these wines. This wine has deep floral aromas and flavors of cherry pie, raspberry and toasty oak. This well-balanced wine has soft acidity and an elegant mouth feel. It finishes long, smooth and fruity.
  • Producer Graziano Family of Wines
  • Country Hierarchy Mendocino County, California, USA
  • Grape/Blend 90% Pinot Meunier, 10% Pinotage
  • Alcohol Content 14.9%
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