Louis Latour is, famously, a burgundy negociant and producer, but the grapes for this pinot noir are grown in the Var in Provence. If it wasn’t generating goosebumps then, for them, it would be better if it didn’t exist. 1 review. Oregon Wine 2019. The Okanagan Falls bubbly is a 70/30 mix of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir that opens with a whiff of lees and smoke before a salty, citrus, green apple, stony profile takes over. In Wine Grapes, Jancis Robinson describes pinot noir as “finicky Burgundian vine produces wildly variable, relatively delicate, potentially haunting essences of place.”. This wine offers a tangy, top layer of rose hip and other red fruit, then a dried bracken element, slightly vegetal, underscored with redcurrant, and best of all a beautiful silky sense of sliding through your mouth. Purchase Wine » ... Terroir Collection No. 14 % 750 ml. Oh. [email address protected by javascript]/*