Rare Earth Organic Winery - Pinot Noir (2018), 750ml
Made with organic grapes, Rare Earth’s Pinot Noir is complex, lively, and smooth, with a medium body and notes of red fruits and vanilla.
- Made with Organic Grapes
- Produced in California
- 12.5% Vol.
- Medium Body and Color
- Notes of Strawberries, Cherries, and Vanilla
Rare Earth’s 2018 Pinot Noir delivers all the complexity you would expect and then some. This smooth, dry red is medium in body and color, and offers fruit-forward notes of cherries, strawberries, and plums. These are balanced by a distinct, earthy minerality and undertones of smoky vanilla, peppery spices, and fresh herbs. This elegant wine is made with organic grapes sustainably grown using regenerative practices that enrich the soil and promote biodiversity. This is a delicious, aromatic wine that is food-friendly, vegan-friendly, and environmentally responsible. With its vibrant aromas and elaborate flavor profile.
Rare Earth’s 2018 Pinot Noir is smooth and drinkable with light, silky tannins, bright acidity, and a refined texture. To coax it to full expression, bring this Pinot Noir up to just below room temperature and serve straight out of the bottle. Serve in large, bell-shaped glasses to really experience that unique aroma. Rare Earth’s 2018 Pinot Noir will age gracefully for up to eight years. Rare Earth Organic Winery produces singular organic and natural wines that celebrate the sun, the soil, the rain, and the terroir from which they originate. Rare Earth’s tangible respect for the earth and the fruit, and innovative wine-making savoir-faire culminate in a Pinot Noir that is elegant, complex, and stimulating.
- 100% Pinot Noir.
- Contains Sulfites.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I pair the 2018 Rare Earth Pinot Noir with?
Because of its high acidity and low tannin content, the 2018 Rare Earth Pinot Noir is light enough for lighter, raw dishes but also complex enough to stand up to richer, heartier plant-based favorites. Pair it with grilled asparagus, spring vegetables such as peas, or soft, nutty vegan cheeses. Or why not try it with something earthier like mushroom risotto, beetroot galette, or anything with tahini.