New York Pinot Noir (USA)

New York is not famous for its wines but it's in the third position in grape production by national volume after Washington and California. The varieties produced there have a a good capacity to highlight the nuances of the Hudson Valley Region, for example the Riesling, the Cabernet Sauvignon, some hybrid varieties and the Pinot Noir. This wine is 100% Pinot Noir selected from a number of vineyards in the heart of the Hudson Valley Region.

It is a clear red wine, dark ruby colored at the core to orange at the rim with a hint of aging (6 month according to the label). On the nose it is oaky with moderate intense aromas of fruit compote and barrel. It has a powerful and fruity taste on entry followed by a medium acidity. It also has a dry taste with pleasant tannins and a low finish.

In my opinion to try whis wine can be a good opportunity for taste New World Wines: wines with a high concentration of fruity aromes, an alcoholic mouth-feel (long maturation of grapes) and an inferior acidity comparatively to Old World Wines. 

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