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A soft blush color with delicate aromas of ripe wild strawberry and watermelon makes this enticing. Dry with complex flinty notes. Try this wine as an aperitif, or match with calamari, tuna salad nicoise, or chicken curry.
Brian Talley and Jim Clendenen selected a discreet 1.2-acre block that contains some of the oldest Pinot Noir vines on the Talley property as the ABC section. The resulting wine shows a beautiful plum, cherry and spice character in well structured frame.
A rich, meaty Pinot with deep color. Cola and boysenberry aromas are evident and joined by mouth-filling flavors of plum and bitter chocolate on the palate. Score: 91 points Antonio Galloni's Vinous.
2014 was one of our best years for this varietal. Fresh and exotic, with enticing rose petal, jasmine, lychee nut fruit notes. It is not oily or unctuous but rather crisp and dry. This combined with an elegant sophistication makes it a delight in warm weather. It is also wonderful with spicy Thai cuisine or a pork roast. A classic.
Beautifully perfumed, with notes of sweet cherries, underbrush, cured meats and dried flowers. It is a medium-bodied wine, silky and polished on the palate, with a fabulous texture. Should drink well for a decade or more. Score 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate.; 90 points Antonio Galloni's Vinous.
From Jim's Le Bon Climat Vineyard, this Pinot Noir is from a select block defined and named for friends Dick and Marg Denny. The wines is rich and dark and fruit driven.
The Anderson Valley of Northern California has a cool, coastal climate perfect for growing Pinot Noir. Time in the bottle has harmoniously integrated with all the elements. Lovely.
This extra-bottle-aged beauty is a showstopper; elegant flavors of dried berry, cherry and wild plum are filled with plenty of cedar and spice details. Forest floor accents linger. Dried mint notes show on the lithe finish. Very suave and finely textured. 96 points Wine Enthusiast; 92 points Wine Spectator; 92 points Antonio Galloni's Vinous; Score 91 points Jeb Dunnuck.
Comprised of only the best cuvees each vintage. Consequently, it is consistently our top performing Pinot Noir year to year. The 2016 is particularly dark, rich, and complex. Scored 96 points Antonio Galloni's Vinous; 94+ Jeb Dunnuck; 93 points Wine Spectator; 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate; 92 points Connoisseurs' Guide to CA Wine.
A wine of charm and balance. Delicate fruit notes of apple, licorice and melon effortlessly intertwine with a gentle toasty character. The 24 months aging in new Francois Frere oak barrels makes an obvious, but not overpowering statement.