Le Grand Pinot Noir, 2006. France.
Velvety and dark, kinda mossy, in a good way. Refreshingly not-too-sweet for a pinot noir. At $9 (on sale), this wine would be hard to beat for value. Groans of appreciation could be heard issuing repeatedly from the peanut gallery. Plus we all really liked the fatass sheep. Perhaps you can't tell, but her eyes are wine red, probably because she's (justifiably) drunk on this stuff. Oak aged for 6 months, obviously time well spent. Go get yourself some, too.