Here's a Bakespace wine review for you guys.
Name: Coastal Estates Pinot Noir
Short intro from the wine maker about the wine: Elegant and silky, our Pinot Noir expresses aromas and flavors of ripe cherries, plums and spices. Smoky oak nuances weave through the soft, fruity flavors and linger on the finish. This versatile, medium-bodied wine complements wild mushroom soup, roast turkey, grilled lamb, pork or whatever excites your taste buds.
Review:Very rich smell, earth and berries mostly. It is very smooth, with a light body (medium body my ass) and taste. Much lighter than I thought it would be, just a little fruity. Slightly tannic/dry finish. I didn't notice it expressing aromas or weaving nuances, but that might just be my unsophisticated palate. Heh.
Would you buy again?: Maybe, but only for something specific. Not to just drink.
Wine Pairing Ideas/Recipes: I'm not sure what I would pair it with. I could easily see drinking it with turkey. It went well with black pepper, so maybe a pepper crusted steak or something like that. Although it would be fairly easy to overpower this wine, so you might want to be careful with really strong flavors.