Beringer Founder's Estate Pinot Noir 2016

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Beringer Founders' Estate California Pinot Noir exhibits a delightful burst of fruity flavors, prominently showcasing the vibrant notes of red cherry and currant. This exquisite taste is further enhanced by the subtle infusion of cedar and cinnamon spice.
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VarietalPinot Noir

TASTING NOTE: Beringer Founders’ Estate Pinot Noir is immediately fruit forward with bright flavors of red cherry and currant, beautifully complemented by cedar and cinnamon spice. It is a perfect pairing with grilled salmon, roast turkey, or brie cheese.

WINEMAKING: Gentle winemaking techniques were used to protect the delicate qualities of the Pinot Noir grapes and to preserve the grapes’ lush color and bright fruit flavors. The wine was aged on French oak for five months to add depth, complexity and spice.

In 1876, brothers Jacob and Frederick Beringer established Beringer Vineyards with a dream of making wines that would rival the finest in Europe. Today, Jacob's great great-grandson, Chief Winemaker Mark Beringer, guides what is now California's longest continually operating winery and one of Napa's finest producers. With over 1,600 acres farmed across Napa's best appellations, as well as Sonoma County and Paso Robles, Beringer is recognized as one of the region's preeminent producers with a rich portfolio of wines.

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About the producer



Beringer is known for establishing many 'firsts' as leaders in the wine industry. First gravity fed facilities, first to give public tours and first and only winery to have both a red and a white wine named #1 Wine of the Year by Wine Spectator Magazine.

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