Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Wine Wednesday: Grey Monk 2007 Pinot Noir


This bottle was another "Hey, it's the Olympics, we need to drink Canadian wine!" pick. Though we didn't hit up Grey Monk while in the Okanagan, we've been on the lookout for good Canadian wines. Mostly, we've been disappointed that wine and liquor stores, though there are many in Edmonton, don't even begin to touch on how many amazing Canadian wines there are.

After we drank the Amicitia from Dunham & Froese, we craved another red but wanted something light enough to go with dessert. We picked this bottle to drink while stuffing our faces with apple crisp.

This earthy wine has light-moderate tannins, and smells like berries (strawberries, cranberries and raspberries in particular) with a bit of vanilla and honey. It's smooth and complemented our dessert, and our Canadian spirit, perfectly.

3 comments:

Mandy said...

I really enjoy wine with berry flavors. One of my favorites is a red infused with blueberry. These wine Wednesday posts really make me want to come to Edmonton to drink a glass of wine while visiting with you.

Emily Jane said...

That sounds delightful. Can I come too? :)

Amber (Girl with the red hair) said...

Yum. I LOVE Canadian wines also so I'll make sure to try that one.