It's come to my attention that Meiomi Pinot Noir and Kahlil Gibran have something in common with reference to the classic literary work - 'The Prophet'. Okay. Follow me for a moment. There's a particular few lines that read as follows:
The veil that clouds your eyes shall be lifted by the hands that wove it, And the clay that fills your ears shall be pierced by the fingers that kneaded it. And you shall see. And you shall hear. in short, the right bottle can break the barrier to entry. In Gibran's reference to 'the obstacle being removed by the one who placed it there', I think of 'wine' - specifically 'Pinot Noir'. There are wines capable of breaking barriers and producing bottles approachable by not just one palate... but by all. While many find a barrier when breaking into wine for the first time, as their palates aren't quite prepared, the Meiomi Pinot Noir serves as a solid 'gateway wine'. If wine wasn't someone's 'thing', it certainly is with a single sip from this bottle. Looking for a crowd pleaser? You found it. And you shall see. And you shall sip (with forward notes of advancing black cherry and progressive strawberry).