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2006 Flying Goat - Pinot Noir Dierberg Vineyard Pinot Noir - USA - California - Santa Barbara - Santa Maria Valley - Red

USA - California - Santa Barbara - Santa Maria Valley

Red Pinot Noir
Producer Notes

Owner Norm Yost began making wines in the mid-'80s in Oregon, where his pair of pygmy goats kept his overflowing backyard of blackberry bushes in check. When he moved to Santa Barbara, the goats came along and in 2000 inspired the name of his new brand, Avoiding the pretension that so often overtakes the wine world, Yost balances serious quality and attention to detail in his winemaking with a... More »

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VF: 2009-2014

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Source Vinfolio
Issue 164

Herb and violet nose with pretty sassafras and cola with cherry hints. The palate is rich kirsch-like cherry with a bit of flinty mineral. Still very young.

Author John L144
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.588%
Tasted On 06/17/2013
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