Belle Glos

Meiomi Pinot Noir

9.02080 ratings
8.635 pro ratings
California, USA
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Charlie Beatty

Buyer wineworksonline.com

9.7

Likes WOW for a Great Everyday Pinot Noir this really shows well. I rated the 2011 vintage a 92 same as the Spec, the 2012 I gave it a 87, with the Spec giving it a 89.. Well I think this is Better than Both!!! I will be the First to rate the 2013 a 93+.. Let me know your thoughts. This has the 2011 Structure and Body and something additional fruit galore with bright acidity. Bravo from the shore in Brigantine on 19th Street. Beautiful Night in August 2014.

Likes WOW for a Great Everyday Pinot Noir this really shows well. I rated the 2011 vintage a 92 same as the Spec, the 2012 I gave it a 87, with the Spec giving it a 89.. Well I think this is Better than Both!!! I will be the First to rate the 2013 a 93+.. Let me know your thoughts. This has the 2011 Structure and Body and something additional fruit galore with bright acidity. Bravo from the shore in Brigantine on 19th Street. Beautiful Night in August 2014.

47 people found it helpfulAug 10th, 2014
Tony DeSpirito

Nicely balanced Pinot. Great value.

Nicely balanced Pinot. Great value.

10 people found it helpfulJul 10th, 2014
Amber Fries

Communications Director for Duck Pond Cellars & Desert Wind Winery

6.2

Quite possibly the worst wine since Yellowtail. Raisiny with residual sugar.

Quite possibly the worst wine since Yellowtail. Raisiny with residual sugar.

4 people found it helpfulApr 20th, 2015
Eileen Hallmark

I have no idea why people buy this. Cloyingly sweet. Why not just #haveacokeandasmile

I have no idea why people buy this. Cloyingly sweet. Why not just #haveacokeandasmile

2 people found it helpfulMay 20th, 2016
Dave Chambers

Hey folks, pinot is an amazingly complex, delicate and intellectual wine that reflects the uniqueness of its origins, all of which are lost underneath a blanket of excessive oak. This variety is too valuable and expensive to be drowned beneath this much lumber!

Hey folks, pinot is an amazingly complex, delicate and intellectual wine that reflects the uniqueness of its origins, all of which are lost underneath a blanket of excessive oak. This variety is too valuable and expensive to be drowned beneath this much lumber!

2 people found it helpfulAug 7th, 2015
Darcie Leib

Full bodied Pinot. Cherry cola, licorice, and butterscotch. Very unique, almost comes across sweet, enough acidity to clear the palate. Good, a tad overrated.

Full bodied Pinot. Cherry cola, licorice, and butterscotch. Very unique, almost comes across sweet, enough acidity to clear the palate. Good, a tad overrated.

2 people found it helpfulFeb 22nd, 2015
Janet Throne

Janet had this 4 years ago

Janet had this 4 years ago

2 people found it helpfulJan 6th, 2015
James Bishop

I mean it's really for those people who don't love Pinot noir right?

I mean it's really for those people who don't love Pinot noir right?

2 people found it helpfulNov 29th, 2014
Elizabeth Christianson

Too sweet for me... Does not taste like a Pinot Noir

Too sweet for me... Does not taste like a Pinot Noir

2 people found it helpfulOct 12th, 2014
Jim Reed

Fine Wine Room Manager Harbor View Wines and Liquors

8.3

Really over-extracted and artificial on the nose and palate. I don't see the point in making Pinot Noir in this style; if you don't like Pinot Noir just drink something else?!

Really over-extracted and artificial on the nose and palate. I don't see the point in making Pinot Noir in this style; if you don't like Pinot Noir just drink something else?!

1 person found it helpfulJul 8th, 2015