• Etude Fiddlestix Vineyard Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2017

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    Brilliant, medium ruby/purple color. The nose is moderately intense offering scents of raspberry and red cherry with supporting notes of violet, plum, thyme, and wet river stones. The palate echoes the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of ripe, freshly crushed red fruits, Chinese five spice, and sweet oak. The finish is long and lingering with supple tannins. Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced with a rich yet vibrant texture. Simply beautiful with countless layers of flavors with ideal weight and deft use of oak (25% new French oak). $50 – 4.5 Stars – 95 points

  • Fighting Chance Pinot Noir Santa Barbara County 2017

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    Brilliant, deep ruby color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of black cherry and baking spices with supporting notes of stewed black fruits, fruitcake, and vanilla bean. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red and black fruits-driven core with flavors of plum, black tea, and dark cocoa. The finish is long and lingering with silky tannins and sweet brown spices. Full-bodied and nicely balanced with a supple and juicy texture. This is a brawny Pinot Noir with plenty of power, color depth, and oak with a bit of Petite Sirah and other red grapes to add muscle. $26 – 4 Stars – 90 points

  • Tongue Dancer Wines Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2017

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    Brilliant, medium ruby color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of red cherry and boysenberry with supporting notes of blackberry, black tea, earth, and five spice. The palate echoes the nose delivering a red and black fruits-driven core with flavors of black cherry, hints of rose petals, and leather. The finish is long and lingering with supple tannins. Medium to full-bodied and perfectly balanced with a silky yet vibrant texture. $49 – 4.5 Stars – 96 points

  • Tongue Dancer Wines Rosé of Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2018

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    Brilliant, deep strawberry color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of red cherry and pomegranate with supporting notes of raspberry and hibiscus flower. The palate echoes the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of wild strawberry and mineral. The finish is long and lingering with sweet and tart reds fruits. Medium to full-bodied and perfectly balanced with a vibrant and fruit dense texture. Made with 100% Pinot Noir. $25 – 4 Stars – 91 points

  • Bogle Pinot Noir California 2016

    Brilliant, medium ruby color. The nose is moderately intense offering scents of red cherry and violet with supporting notes of strawberry and dried herbs. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of red currant, vanilla, and hints of cigar box. The finish is long and lingering with ripe tannins. Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced with a silky texture. Aged for 11 months in American and French oak. $12 – 4 Stars – 90 points

  • Red Hills Cellars Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2016

    Brilliant, deep ruby color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of red cherry and five spice with supporting notes of red currant, raspberry, mocha, and hibiscus flower. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of boysenberry, plum, and leather with hints of pomegranate. The finish is long and lingering with ripe tannins. Medium to full-bodied and nicely balanced with a supple texture. 100% Pinot Noir rested in French oak (39% new) for 17 months. Ready to drink but it will evolve with five years of cellaring. $55 – 4 Stars – 93 points

  • Sonoma-Cutrer Rosé of Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2018

    Brilliant, medium salmon color. The nose is moderately intense offering scents of strawberry and red cherry with supporting notes of raspberry, pomegranate, and hibiscus flower. The palate echoes the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of peach, orange peel, and cranberry. The finish is dry. Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced with a vibrant texture. Made with 100% Pinot Noir. $23 – 4.5 Stars/94 points Stars – 94 points

  • Tongue Dancer Wines Putnam Vineyard Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2016

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    Brilliant, deep ruby color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of black cherry and black tea with supporting notes of boysenberry, earth, slate, and violet. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red and black fruits-driven core with flavors of red cherry and hibiscus flower. The finish is long and lingering featuring accents of allspice and oak with ripe tannins. Medium to full-bodied and perfectly balanced with a supple texture. 100% Pinot Noir $65 – 4.5 Stars – 96 points

  • Nia Pinot Noir California 2016

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    Brilliant, medium ruby color. The nose is moderately intense offering scents of red cherry and raspberry with supporting notes of pomegranate, mineral, and hints of black tea. The palate echoes the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of red currant and rose petals. The finish is long and lingering with subtle tart cherry accents and supple tannins. Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced with a silky texture. An undisputed best buy. $9.99 – 4 Stars – 93 points

  • Lucas & Lewellen Pinot Noir Santa Barbara County 2015

    Brilliant, medium ruby color. The nose is moderately intense offering scents of raspberry and strawberry with supporting notes of slate and hints of baking spices. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red fruit-driven core with flavors of boysenberry and lavender. The finish is long and lingering with subtle oak accents and soft tannins. Medium-bodied and perfectly balanced with a supple texture. The grapes are sourced from Los Alamos Valley Vineyards and Goodchild Vineyard in the Santa Maria Valley. $20 – 4 Stars – 92 points

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