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John Sebastiano Vineyard Pinot Noir

8.85 ratings
8.73 pro ratings
Sta. Rita Hills, Central Coast, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Nate Axline

East end of Sta. Rita Hills, tends to be a little more plush on aroma and palate. Overall executed great, just not my style for the AVA.

East end of Sta. Rita Hills, tends to be a little more plush on aroma and palate. Overall executed great, just not my style for the AVA.

Jan 2nd, 2017
Brett Rogosin

Not fully translucent. Good spice on the nose, black pepper, eucalyptus, menthol, and some prune hidden in the background. Tannins are lush and delicate with acidity pouring down the tip of the tongue. That eucalyptus and menthol combo hits upfront on the palate with rainbow peppercorn following. There’s blackberry there and a touch of dusty dry dirt. That’s about it...lacks a bit of depth.

Not fully translucent. Good spice on the nose, black pepper, eucalyptus, menthol, and some prune hidden in the background. Tannins are lush and delicate with acidity pouring down the tip of the tongue. That eucalyptus and menthol combo hits upfront on the palate with rainbow peppercorn following. There’s blackberry there and a touch of dusty dry dirt. That’s about it...lacks a bit of depth.

Jun 21st, 2020
Brett Rogosin

This developed very nicely over 3 days. It’s good stuff. I wouldn’t wait too much longer to drink. Another year or so.

This developed very nicely over 3 days. It’s good stuff. I wouldn’t wait too much longer to drink. Another year or so.

May 3rd, 2020
Nate Axline

Nate had this 2 years ago

Nate had this 2 years ago

Jan 23rd, 2019
Nate Axline

Nate had this 3 years ago

Nate had this 3 years ago

Feb 20th, 2018