Eco Wine Review: Wrath 2010 Ex Vite Pinot Noir

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Wrath's 2010 Ex Vite Pinot Noir is complete, with lots of black cherry and red raspberry. A bit fuller than your typical Pinot, this wine is as drinkable as it is food friendly. It's also vegan. It retails for $38 and can be purchased at Wrath's website.

If it were a sunny 75 degrees here in San Francisco, this is the wine I'd have right next to the BBQ. Its earthy undertones are perfect for almost anything you'd throw on. I am thinking fava beans.

Wrath is SIP certified like a few of the other wineries we have interviewed, such as Halter Ranch and Ancient Peaks. In fact, one of SIP's founders--Steve McIntyre--is actually Wrath's viticultural consultant. Stay tuned for our feature on Wrath in the coming months.

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