Gran Codorniu Pinot Noir 2014
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A delicate, medium tone, salmon pink. Fine mousse with a delicate crown.
Intense aromas of raspberry, blackberry and strawberry enhanced by light citrus nuances that add extra freshness.
Prominent notes of red berries and a fresh and balanced mouthfeel. The mousse intensifies the creaminess brought out by its ageing in contact with the yeasts.
An excellent pairing with sturdy aperitifs and rice dishes cooked with fish. Perfect with salmon and oily fish, since its acidity balances out the oiliness of the fish.
Codorniu is synonymous to the history of a family of winegrowers which goes back to the XVI century. It is the oldest family business in Spain and one of the oldest in the world. It no has 450 years of history behind it. THey were the first winery to create cava using Macabeo, Xarel-lo and Pallerada grapes. Codorniu owns the oldest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, used for the production of cava with vines aged 30 years or more.