Wine of the Week: 2011 “Cuvée Rouge aux Lèvres,” Bainbridge and Cathcart, Loire Valley

When we consider lighter, more refreshing red wines, more often than not Pinot Noir seems like the logical solution. It’s the white wine of red wines, right? Enter the exceedingly obscure Grolleau Noir grape. It even sounds like the aggressive, confrontational cousin to the clean-cut Pinot Noir. The grape is only found in one endContinue reading “Wine of the Week: 2011 “Cuvée Rouge aux Lèvres,” Bainbridge and Cathcart, Loire Valley”