Nov 05 2006

Bishop’s Peak

Type: Pinot Noir
Year: 2001
Location: Arroyo Grande, South Central Coast, California
Rating: 9 out of 10
Opinion: Bishop’s Peak is an ancient volcano that rises above San Luis Obispo. The vineyard is located below that volcano. This wine was enjoyed while eating Chicken Parmigiana and Rice Pilaf. The wine has black chery and raspberry flavors mixed with an earthy aroma. The wine’s acidity and tannin content seemed to blend well with the chicken. Other lighter meat dishes may also pair well with this wine.

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