Густой черно-рубиновый перекатывается в рыхлый кирпичный на кайме. Сушеные лесные ягоды, черноплодная рябина, следом листья табака и лавра, шиповник и горький шоколад. Консистенция почти кисельная, хорошо сушит, несмотря на остаточный сахар, глубокая бархатная текстура танина, хотя поначалу и производит весьма злое впечатление. Хорошо прослеживаются изменения после долгого контакта с кислородом - гибискус и имбирь, немного пастилы из боярышника и шиповника, немного лака, чуть корицы. Найс. — 7 days ago
Fulcrum Wines Brosseau Vineyard Chalone Appellation Pinot Noir 2011, California
Dark ruby in color with a wide reddish rim.
Fruity nose with blueberries, black plums, cranberries, raspberries, bell pepper, vegetables, herbs, oak, light vanilla, licorice, red candy, earth, spices and light black pepper.
Medium-bodied with medium acidity and long legs. Elegant and smooth.
Dry on the palate with blueberries, cherries, raspberries, leather, light vegetables, mint chocolates, oak, earth, licorice, herbs and black pepper.
Medium finish with soft tannins and tangy cranberries.
This is a very enjoyable Pinot Noir from the Chalone Appellation in California. Well balanced and very smooth with nice complexity and elegance.
This 7 year old Single Vineyard Pinot Noir is good by itself or with food. Very enjoyable by itself as a sipping wine. Needs an hour to open up properly.
This is not my usual style, but I liked it a lot. A very good quality Pinot Noir.
Wine Enthusiasts 91 points.
I paired it with goat cheese, crackers and nuts.
14.1% alcohol by volume.
$57. — 7 days ago
Ive no idea what this is, stole it from Christian — 8 days ago
Nicely balanced, fresh yet serious. Could become a favourite wine! — 20 days ago
Il pinot nero non tradisce mai .... Questo è molto delicato , dopo un'oretta esce fuori la struttura comunque non aggressiva — 24 days ago
“Rolhut” Price to quality at $18. Outstanding! Very soft. — 12 days ago
Having with dinner at Union Square Cafe in New York. Nice flavor! — 22 days ago
Light yet good body, excellent with vegetarian dishes — a month ago
Missed out on acquiring this wine in 15, and damn sure didn't want to miss out on the 16's. But, perhaps my desire for this one to be an extra year in the bottle deceived me a little. This wine has excellent structure and balance. The start is a medicinal, herbal dirty black cherry with a nice, balanced middle and acidic finish. But umm....yeah, this one isn't really ready to go yet. Still VERY drinkable. The Coravin found its way to the first glass, and then I asked myself just WTF I was thinking and opened the rest of the bottle (who am I kidding??). Hindsight? Leave this one alone for 2 years. Since I obviously won't be able to hold the other 2 for as long as they should, I'll have to stalk people who have this wine and beg for a pour. — 5 days ago