Foris Rouge Valley pinot noir is a wine for all seasons
Pinot noir is a wine for all seasons. The grape is fussy about where it grows, but results are magical in the right terroir – like Oregon’s Rogue Valley. 2017 Foris Rogue Valley Pinot Noir features tart cherry notes and softness from low tannins, ideal for sipping alone, but its balanced acidity pairs well with just about anything.
$20. Available at Straub’s in Webster Groves
Glenn Bardgett is a longtime contributor to Sauce Magazine and wine director at Annie Gunn's.
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