Thursday's Wine: Cono Sur Ocio Pinot Noir 2007


Ocio is from the oldest Pinot Noir vineyards in Chile.  Beautiful and concentrated ruby red color of high intensity. Complex and delicate black fruit and white flower aromas, together with violet notes, combine harmonically with sweet spices and chocolate. In mouth it shows intense sweet fruit, elegance, rich texture and concentrated flavors. This wine is a perfect companion for red meats, poultry, duck and mature cheeses. It’s an excellent option to serve next to Easter Island tuna fish, or different kinds of rice, such as risottos or sushi.

Note:  At Cono Sur, winemakers use geese, sheep, insects and plants to control pests, diseases and weeds.

{Courtesy of Publix Grape Magazine and Cork's Out}

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