Arnot-Roberts

North Coast Trousseau

9.128 ratings
9.26 pro ratings
North Coast, California, USA
Trousseau
Top Notes For
Jeremy Shanker

Sommelier at RN74

9.1

Another incredible vintage of this

Another incredible vintage of this

Feb 18th, 2019
Austin Hohnke

Great texture. Softly juicy/jammy. Strawberry preserves. Delicate w/great acidity. Almost creamy texture. Very versatile with the Farmer’s tasting menu at Blue Hill.

Great texture. Softly juicy/jammy. Strawberry preserves. Delicate w/great acidity. Almost creamy texture. Very versatile with the Farmer’s tasting menu at Blue Hill.

Dec 9th, 2018
Mark Morgan

A good year for this one. I’d like to cellar a bottle, but doubt any bottles will survive until spring.

A good year for this one. I’d like to cellar a bottle, but doubt any bottles will survive until spring.

Dec 3rd, 2018
Sarah O'Kelley

Be warned this wine is addictive. Cherry candy but good acid and earthy backbone. Comfort wine!

Be warned this wine is addictive. Cherry candy but good acid and earthy backbone. Comfort wine!

Nov 22nd, 2018
Chris Harvey

So delicious with a little chill on it. There’s an interesting meaty/iron note as well.

So delicious with a little chill on it. There’s an interesting meaty/iron note as well.

Oct 1st, 2018
Drew Dodson

Smokin!

Smokin!

Oct 23rd, 2018
Gladys Xiques

Light with notes of dried red fruits. Light and summery.

Light with notes of dried red fruits. Light and summery.

Apr 1st, 2019
romo

Poopy pinot-y.

Poopy pinot-y.

Mar 24th, 2019
Ben Christen

Nice nose, smoky fresh taste, natural

Nice nose, smoky fresh taste, natural

Mar 22nd, 2019
Liz O'Neal

Beautiful light brick color. Light mouth feel with a bitter edge like Campari or vermouth. Grown east of burgundy on the border of Switzerland (where comte cheese is from!). Trousseau means dowry 😍 Caroline says every trousseau she’s had is interesting so it’s always worth trying. Some may be barnyard’y the night you open them but they really open up the next day.

Beautiful light brick color. Light mouth feel with a bitter edge like Campari or vermouth. Grown east of burgundy on the border of Switzerland (where comte cheese is from!). Trousseau means dowry 😍 Caroline says every trousseau she’s had is interesting so it’s always worth trying. Some may be barnyard’y the night you open them but they really open up the next day.

Mar 15th, 2019