Nose - Slight cherry
Mid-Palate - Floral, citrus
Finish - Cherry, dry with hint of pepper
Pairs Well With
A rich pasta dish, Asian food, goat cheese, white chocolate
By the Way
The name Montmorency comes from a valley in the northern suburbs of Paris, France, where tart cherries were first cultivated in the 18th century. Two-thirds of the U.S. Montmorency tart cherries are grown in Michigan, producing over 90,000 tons each year.
Bergamot is a citrus fruit commonly found in the Mediterranean, and an ingredient in Earl Grey tea. It may be used to treat symptoms such as a sore throat and fever as well as reduce cholesterol levels.