David Gordon has been the wine director at New York City’s Tribeca Grill for the last 30 years. He developed the Bacchus label with the support of several grape-growing friends in California as a way to offer California wines at an affordable price. You may recognize this distinctive floral label from one of our favorites on our casual cart, the Bacchus cabernet. Here is the lighter bodied sibling to that wine named for his daughter Ginger, made of pinot noir sourced from Monterey county on the central coast of California. The fruit is vinified in 50% stainless steel and 50% in neutral oak barrels, then aged 8 months in large neutral oak. Medium bodied and bright, with notes of raspberry, tart cherry, and spice - this pinot noir has plenty of sunny California personality, and makes a great pairing for your next burger night.