Being bogged down with a stream of adjectives and bizarre flavor comparisons doesn't help sell a wine's deliciousness. That's why when we popped the corks to every Pinot Noir we had in house, we wanted to keep things simple — only the seven best and only a seven-word description of each wine. Forget the fruity. Begone, body talk. Cheers to seven words so you can stop reading and start wine drinking!
2010 Trinity Oaks Napa Pinot Noir
Popcorn and fatty foods benefit from campfire-like 2010 Trinity Oaks Napa Pinot Noir ($9).
2011 Garnet Vineyards Monterey County Pinot Noir
Inducing happy beach dancing, 2011 Garnet Vineyards Monterey County Pinot Noir ($15) embodies coastal minerality.