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2010 Dehlinger - Pinot Noir Goldridge Vineyard Pinot Noir - USA - California - Sonoma - Russian River Valley - Red

USA - California - Sonoma - Russian River Valley

Red Pinot Noir
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92
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Comm: 2014-2022 VF: 2012-2020
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 168
Author Kennethjk
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Tasted On 03/24/2013
Drink Dates 2014-2022
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Author Anon
Site / Blog Trust Rating 92.233%
Tasted On 08/07/2012

RP 92 The 2010 Pinot Noir Goldridge Vineyard (from barrel) emerges from the glass with freshly cut flowers, dark red cherries, spices and minerals. It reveals gorgeous energy and vibrancy all the way through to the finish. This is an engaging Pinot with a lot of potential. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2022. I tasted a large number of wines with Tom and Eva Dehlinger, including several older wines, all of which have held up beautifully. These remain some of the most fairly priced wines in California. Tom Dehlinger describes 2009 as a very cool Pinot vintage. Dehlinger reports that yields in 2009 are down approximately 40% because of cold weather before and during bloom. The Pinot ripened evenly, and the harvest started on September 4 as opposed to late August, which is more typical in these sites, once known for their similarly early-maturing apples. In 2009 Dehlinger bottled his High Plains Pinot separately rather than blending it into the Altamont, which is frequently the case, as it is again in 2010. Rains during the harvest were trickier for the later-ripening Syrah, which wasn't picked until October 20. Elegance and freshness are the hallmarks of the 2009 Syrahs, which stand in stark contrast to the riper, more concentrated 2008s. Vintage 2010 is another story completely. The Pinot harvest was even later than in 2009, and didn't get started until September 22. In 2009 Dehlinger has several new wines, including a Zinfandel. Dehlinger made Zinfandel from 1975 to 1983. When the opportunity arose to purchase high-quality Zinfandel and Petit Sirah, Dehlinger decided it was time to take the plunge once again.

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