La Dauphine Chloe Pinot Noir – Fresh, Fruity, and Woodsy

Everyday Glass is dedicated to finding the best wines money can buy for under $15 – wines that you should be proud to serve to guests or enjoy with a simple 30-minute dinner recipe. We try every wine that we sell to make sure you get only the best. This blog is a collection of our favorites.

What the heart wants is what the heart wants – and sometimes we don’t want big, hearty red wines. Light, fresh, and fruity never gets old, especially as a break from overpowering and heavier styles.

La Dauphine Chloe Pinot Noir2013 La Dauphine Chloe Pinot Noir – Languedoc ($12.99) is a great choice in Pinot under $15. The high elevation vineyards and cool nights of Limoux in Languedoc are ideal for growing for Pinot Noir, making this characteristically French Pinot a reality for an amazingly low price. Aged in a mix of old French oak and stainless steel, the wine maintains old-world character with charming freshness. This Pinot displays beautiful red fruit flavors framed by an earthy underbelly – all in all a perfect choice for a glass of wine on its own, or worthy of pairing with a light winter dinner.

Drink this wine because:

– French Pinot Noir of this quality is usually much more expensive.
– Light and fruity wines are delicious and refreshing any time of year.
– You can enjoy this wine to its fullest with or without food.

Drink up and enjoy your daily glass!

Cheers, Bauer Wines bauerwines.com

One response to “La Dauphine Chloe Pinot Noir – Fresh, Fruity, and Woodsy

  1. Nice wine I have this in my collection. I would like some feedback about my blog posts. You can visit https://stillmoresite.wordpress.com. It is an amateur endeavor.

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