California: Pinot Noir


Bubo is the Latin word for “owl” and the name of the goddess Athena’s magical owl.  Throughout history owls have been regarded with fascination and associated with prosperity, good fortune, and a natural method of controlling pests.  Owls that inhabit vineyards where grapes are grown are treasured because of their role as long term stewards of the land.

This juicy Pinot Noir has aromas of Bing cherries and brown spice, followed by flavors of strawberries and cola.  Enjoy this medium bodied wine with light dishes such as poultry and pork.


Not worth the “Great Buy” label at your local market.  Far too acidic and simply the bottom of the barrel.  


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