Here is another recommendation of a slightly different Pinot Noir. Most good Pinots are from France, or California… how can we forget the movie Sideways! This is from an area of Chile, called the Casablanca Valley. The wine has a bit more spice and different fruit flavor than the other Pinot Noirs that I have had. It has blackberry and blueberry fruit flavors and maybe a hint of smokiness. Less juicy, but still really smooth! Good quality Pinots from Chile tend to be less expensive and a very good value than other areas. This 2005 D. Bosler Pinot Noir was a bargain at $9.99.