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$49.00Original List Price

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Rating: 95 Pts Wine EnthusiastSize:750ML
Region: California Country:United States
Varietals: Pinot Noir ABV:14.4%

More Ratings:

95 Pts Wine Enthusiast

#87- Wine Enthusiast's Top 100 Wines of 2011

"Massive, flamboyantly rich, a real treasure in the mouth. Just dazzles with the intensity of cherries, black raspberries, Dr. Pepper, plums, sweet vanilla-scented sandalwood and a wild array of savory spices. The wine is a small-production barrel selection from the estate vineyard, which is in the heart of the Green Valley. Drink now and through 2013, at least. -S.H." (09/11)

90 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com

"Intense aromas of dried strawberries and prunes, yet flower and fresh still. Full and fruity with chewy tannins and a clean finish. A little extracted in style but stylish. Drink now." (06/12)


"That's some potency for a Pinot! Some leafiness and nicely balanced. This is not too sweet, not too green, doesn't taste too alcoholic. Well done! Attractive freshness on the finish. Some firm tannins still - I wonder what on earth it was like two or three years ago! Drink 2012 to 2018. (JR)" 16.5 out of 20 points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages

"Named after my daughter, Cristina, this wine is a special selection of 11 barrels from a unique blend of our Pinot Noir clones that we feel best represents the terroir, or personality, of the Don Miguel Vineyard and shows the most potential for aging." -Winery

"Marimar Torres has been involved in the wine business all her life. Born in 1945 in Barcelona, Spain, she is fluent in six languages and holds a degree in Business & Economics from the University of Barcelona. She is also a graduate of the Stanford Executive Program, and studied Enology & Viticulture for a year at the University of California at Davis. At Marimar Estate Vineyards & Winery, she directs the activities at the winery and in both vineyards - Don Miguel (named after her late father) in the Russian River Valley and Dona Margarita (named after her late mother) in the Sonoma Coast AVA, both in Sonoma County." -Winery

"'After experimenting for several years with a few blocks of vines, in 2003 we decided to make the jump to the entire vineyard,' says winery founder, Marimar Torres. 'The whole idea is to create an ideal balance between the vines and nature. The vineyard will be ecologically healthier, and the grapes of higher quality. That's our long-term reward.'"

"Now that our vineyards are certified organic, we are moving into biodynamics! This is really a step up from organic viticulture, where the approach is to see the vineyard as an ecological whole: not just rows of grape vines, but the soil beneath them -- an organism in its own right -- and the other flora and fauna in the area, growing together interdependently. To enhance biodiversity, 'compost teas' prepared from special herbs are also sprayed in minute quantities."-Winery

This was also rated 88 points in the International Wine Cellar and 83 points in the Wine Spectator.