*All wine is sold in the latest year's stocked vintage
The Baron Philippe de Rothschild team takes a novel approach to constructing its pinot noir. It's foolproof really, and there's no better method when it comes to selecting the grapes that make up single-variety wine. Instead of choosing one quality grape to make up its pinot noir, the team takes grapes from three different valleys that share similar cool, damp climates: the Autan Terroir, Limoux's Upper Valley and the Oceanic Plateaux. With Cadet D'oc, you're getting a wine constructed from the best the region has to offer.
Pair this pinot noir with roasted chicken or Ahi tuna, but this is one exception where a steak doesn't necessarily require something as big and bold. Something lean, such as a filet mignon or a citrus-marinated flank steak, would pair well. As odd as it might seem to pair a French wine with Mexican cuisine, this would be great with a beef street taco topped with only pico de gallo or grilled onions and peppers.