1. Corcoran Vineyards
Grown for them locally in Loudoun County, this Pinot Noir is bursting with dark cherry flavors and rich in tannins. Nice with grilled beef or mushrooms.
2. Ankida Ridge Vineyards
This Pinot Noir shows classic Burgundian character with notes of raspberry, old spice and sandalwood on the nose. A lush, round mouthfeel offers black cherry and cassis that combines with kirsch and pink peppercorn, with a long, balanced finish.
3. Duck Walk Vineyards
This Pinot Noir opens with wild berries, raspberries, rose petals and smokey cedar on the nose. On the palate you get hints of darker fruit, cedar and dried cherries. This pairs wonderfully with pork, duck and hard aged cheese.
4. Ox-Eye Vineyards
Dry and unfiltered. Light bodied and smoky, with notes of black currant and violet. Lovely with duck, lamb, moussaka and hearty soups.
5. Afton Mountain Vineyards
A delicate Burgundy-style wine, our Pinot Noir includes fruit from vines originally planted in 1978.
6. Gabriele Rausse Winery
Supple notes of wild red berry and spice on the nose. Refreshing minerality and acidity on the finish.
7. Chateau Morrisette Winery
This lighter-bodied yet boldly flavored red wine has enticing aromas of pie cherries and strawberries. Nuances of strawberry continue on the palate, augmented by silky tannins and a hint of smoke. The long finish is reminiscent of culinary herbs and baking spices, making this wine very food-friendly.
8. Blue Ridge Vineyard
Ageless vines sometimes produce a memorable Pinot Noir, which is sold immediately, often to folks who would like to buy the whole barrel.
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