Cellar Practices: Aged for 6-8 months in French & American oak barrels
Residual Sugar: 0.4% (dry)
-88 points - Beverage Testing Institute
- "Toured the estate over a year ago, bought a few bottles to bring home, and this Pinot Noir was the surprise. Fantastic wine that rivals any California, Oregon, or Washington competition. Will buy more!"- Jim M.
- "My wife and I first tried Baltimore's Pinot Noir during a tasting at the winery in Ashville. We found this wine to have a full body and fruity flavor without being either overly dry or sweet. While we enjoy both Malbec and Cabernets, this Pinot has become our go to red for beef, ribs, or any food that calls for a red. All of this and the price is right. While it may not compare to 5 star Pinots that cost $25-45, it is still a good wine value. I might suggest this is a great "gift" wine." - Mike H.