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Paparuda Pinot Noir

Paparuda Pinot Noir

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Expand your wine horizons with Paparuda Pinot Noir, a delightful expression of this beloved grape from the vineyards of Romania.  This Pinot Noir offers a charming balance of ripe fruit flavours, a touch of earthiness, and a silky texture that makes it a versatile choice for a range of dishes.

Tasting Notes

  • Appearance: Paparuda Pinot Noir displays a vibrant ruby red hue, hinting at the generous fruit flavours within.
  • Nose: Fragrant aromas of ripe cherry and raspberry mingle with subtle notes of forest floor, spice, and a hint of vanilla.
  • Palate: On the palate, the wine delivers on its aromatic promise, showcasing juicy red fruit flavours that dominate. Hints of spice, like clove and cinnamon, add a touch of complexity. The wine possesses a medium body, refreshing acidity, and soft, well-integrated tannins. The finish is lingering and pleasant, with the fruit and spice notes echoing softly.

Food Pairing Suggestions

Paparuda Pinot Noir's vibrant fruit flavours, medium body, and subtle earthiness make it a food-friendly wine. Consider these excellent pairings:

  • Grilled Chicken: The wine's acidity complements the richness of the chicken, while the fruit flavours pair beautifully with a subtle char.
  • Roasted Root Vegetables: The wine's earthiness mirrors the roasted vegetables, and the acidity cuts through the richness.
  • Salmon: Enjoy this classic Pinot Noir pairing – the wine's flavours won't overpower the delicate fish.
  • Mushroom Risotto: The subtle earthy and spice notes of the wine harmonise perfectly with the creamy risotto.
  • Hard Cheeses: Try it with a mature cheddar or a nutty Gruyère for a delightful combination.

About Paparuda Pinot Noir

Paparuda Pinot Noir is produced in the renowned Romanian wine region of Dealu Mare. The region's cool climate and distinctive soils contribute to the wine's elegant character and balanced acidity.


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