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2006 Copain - Pinot Noir Cerise Vineyard Pinot Noir - USA - California - Mendocino - Anderson Valley - Red

USA - California - Mendocino - Anderson Valley

Red Pinot Noir
Producer Notes

Wells Guthrie is a fervent believer that great wine begins in the vineyard. In pursuit of this, Copain has sought out vineyards with expositions, soil compositions, climates, clones, and rootstock selections capable of producing wines of distinction and singular character.

Copain's winemaking practices aim to express each site's unique qualities. Copain wines are highlighted by lower... More »

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Comm: 2010-2016

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 138
Author Michael S78
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.065%
Tasted On 10/02/2010

Opened and decanted for thirty five minutes. Initial nose of deep, rich, raspberry and spiced cherry with some slight plum underneath. The palate is clean, crisp and inviting with cherry and pepper flavors showing early on. There is an ever-so-slight vanilla edges followed by just a kiss of toast. Two hours in and the structure of the wine favors a really nice mouthwatering acidity and shows off some of the fine tannins. The most inviting part of this wine was the low level of alcohol, 13.6%. This wine paired well with the filet mignon we ate for dinner, truly complimenting the steak's own wonderful flavors. A great example of how California Pinot Noir does not have to be huge and overpowering, excellent wine! Drink extremely well now with a quick decant or hold for a 1+ years.

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Author Steve Y
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 94.34%
Tasted On 12/04/2008
Drink Dates 2010-2016
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