Everybody's crazy about Pinot Noir lately, and for good reason. Itâ€ s light-bodied but complex, drinkable when young, even better with age. And St. Innocent Temperance Hill 2013 is a showstopping example. Mellow, yet complex, it's got a lot of dark cherry and berry fruitiness, but with intriguing smoke and spice. Soft tannins (you know, that create that slightly puckery feeling inside your cheeks?) make it a food-friendly wine, without being too dry. Itâ€ s spectacular right now and will only get better with age. (Like us.) Interesting tidbit: The certified-organic grapes come from 2 blocks of a small vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills district of the Willamette valley. tip of the tongue This wine is amazing with simple grilled meat, fish and vegetables. Weâ€ ll be drinking it at barbecues all summer. ingredients 12.5% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.