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$35.00Original List Price

29.40Best Price On The Web
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Cinderella Wine says: Product Details:
Please note, today's wine is available on presale and is set to arrive this Friday, January 3rd.

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Rating: 90 Pts Jeb Dunnuck - Robert Parker's Wine AdvocateSize:750ML
Region: California Country:United States
Varietals: Pinot Noir ABV:13.7%

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90 Pts Jeb Dunnuck - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"Starting off the reds, the 2010 Pinot Noir is a beauty! From vines planted in 1964 and aged 18 months in mostly neutral oak, it offers up a pretty, elegant profile with notions of wild strawberries, cherry, dried flowers and spice flowing to a medium-bodied, supple palate. Already approachable and ready to go, it should continue to drink nicely for 3-4 years. Drink now-2017."

"This high-quality Paso Robles estate consistently produces a bevy of superb wines." (08/13)


"The wine is a transparent garnet color with a beguiling bouquet of rose petals, cherry and black fruits and an exotic subtle smokiness. On the palate one encounters flavors of softly textured Italian plums with hints of Assam tea, finishing with a peacock's tail of sandalwood incense and the lingering silky sweet impressions of a cherry and allspice cocktail. Delicate and lacy in its architecture this is a Pinot for pairing with salmon or herb crusted poultry dishes or just solo sipping. Drink now through 2015."

"Based exclusively on fruit from our old vine HMR Pinot Noir Vineyard in the mountainous terrain of West Paso Robles, the Estate label represents a barrel selection of sites from throughout the property. The vines date from 1964 and are the oldest planting of Pinot Noir on the south-central coast of California. The vineyard lies in coastal influenced microclimate of the Santa Lucia Mountain range at 1700 ft. elevation and sits on well draining calcareous limestone soils. Sitting at the bottom of a steep ridge the site collects the cooler air and is sheltered from the warmer afternoon sun."

"2010 was a cool growing season for Paso Robles with better than average winter rains and moderate summer temperatures, without the often encountered heat spikes, typical of the region. Pinot Noir, a cool loving variety, showed its full potential, the beneficiary of long hang times and the absence of heat extremes." - Winery