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2006 Breggo - Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard Pinot Noir - USA - California - Mendocino - Anderson Valley - Red

USA - California - Mendocino - Anderson Valley

Red Pinot Noir
Producer Notes

Owners Doug and Ana Stewart took a meandering path to the world of winegrowing and making. He from a Sonoma farming family, but detoured through the world of teaching and even ice cream making, and she from Ecuador, pursuing eco-adventures and jobs. A search for "marginal" vineyard land lead them to Anderson Valley, where they purchased a 200-acre sheep ranch that has slowly developed into their... More »

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89
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Drink Dates
VF: 2008-2016
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 138
Author gmoore
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Site / Blog Vinotrip Trust Rating 98.626%
Tasted On 03/12/2010

Nice light red color. Toasted oak on the nose, a little vanilla. Very little fruit on the nose or palette. Light mouthfeel but slow-rolls you to a gigantic finish. Manages to hit every one of your senses but stay light and fresh. Some heat on the back too, it sort of lingers about like it has no place else to be at the moment. After 30-45 minutes in the glass, the fruit came out of this one. Cherry with a little bit of sour in there. Much more complexity. More balanced between fruit, oak, tannin, alcohol; very rounded out. Almost a stickyness about it, like I was digging the wine out of my gums for twenty minutes. Ultimately, not my exact style of Pinot but very much enjoyed nonetheless.

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