This is a good quality pinot noir from an unlikely place, namely the warm Languedoc and the Cevennes IGP in particular. I can’t recall previously seeing this IGP. I read that it sits in the northern, more mountainous part of the Languedoc, a region that is diverse but more grenache, syrah and carignan country. In the glass, the wine has correct varietal pinot noir aromas of intense and brooding rhubarb and sweet red berries. The palate reminds of glace cherry, ripe strawberry and spice and there is medium length on the finish. This brooding wine is ready to drink now and provides good value drinking. Rating: Good. Abv: NA. Price: $34. Website: NA. Reviewed: May 2020.