Special night with Pino and Sarah at — 21 hours ago
A very nice Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills.
Medium bodied with medium acidity.
Showing red fruits with earth, vegetables, spices, herbs, coffee and black pepper.
Tangy and interesting. Green and a little bitter. A good quality wine, though.
Very fruity right out of the bottle, and gets earthier as it opens up (90 minutes).
Will continue to age nicely in the next 5 to 7 years.
Aged in French oak barrels for 15 months.
13.9% alcohol by volume.
$45. — 4 months ago
Somewhat sour and honestly has a lot of grapefruit notes. But it has a good structure to it. Needs a few minutes to open up — 3 months ago
Hard to pin this down, very Thackrey in that regard. No new oak, rustic and earthy on the nose, with some minerality, subsided black and red fruit, a touch of mushrooms, herbs and also funk, which all together makes you think of stem inclusion and low SO2, all coming out in a pleasant way. All in balance except perhaps a touch too much alcohol at 13.8. Very interesting experience, a complex and intellectual wine because I keep thinking about it and changing my mind as I sip,￼ though not an elegant one￼. Tasting blind I’d be totally puzzled but would probably not call it California Pino￼t — 4 months ago
Same as previous. Wine for Pino! 6/12/22 BD Grad celebration with Cindy/David Et Al. — 24 days ago
Nice Pinot with a bit of pepper spice. Had it on Easter. Gift from Carmen — 3 months ago
For 3 dollars, this is easy and drinkable. Not super sweet like I would expect from a cheap pino grigio. Not a lot of flavor in general, but refreshing when it is really chilled on a hot day. — 4 months ago
Victoria Manor Cradock R80... Delicate Pino drink vrek lekker, probably die beste bottle Wyn onder R100 op die planeet — 5 months ago