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Bloom's Field Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir

9.2228 ratings
9.292 pro ratings
Sta. Rita Hills, Central Coast, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Sean Genn

Subtle and restrained with notes of rose petal and cherry

Subtle and restrained with notes of rose petal and cherry

Nov 12th, 2017
Aaron Means

Delicious!!! @June's All Day, Austin TX

Delicious!!! @June's All Day, Austin TX

Sep 7th, 2017
John Howard

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

9.9

One of the best Santa Rita Hills pinots I have ever had. Smells like a burgundy. Rose bushes and cherry trees. Amazing!

One of the best Santa Rita Hills pinots I have ever had. Smells like a burgundy. Rose bushes and cherry trees. Amazing!

1 person found it helpfulDec 1st, 2014
Julia Weinberg

Double score at the Wine Spectator magnum party.

Double score at the Wine Spectator magnum party.

1 person found it helpfulJun 5th, 2014
Jeremy Noye

CEO Morrell & Company

9.0

Yum #2 of the day

Yum #2 of the day

1 person found it helpfulMar 12th, 2014
Martin Sahlberg

Love! Pure pleasure

Love! Pure pleasure

Mar 25th, 2017
Dante Mondavi

Vintner R A E N Winery

9.1

Everyone I thinks it's French... super bomb

Everyone I thinks it's French... super bomb

Dec 19th, 2016
Martin Sahlberg

Just lovely. Crushed raspberry and a lovely smell of pepper and you can almost smell the foggy air in Sta Rita Hills. Taste is smooth with both red berries and vegetables. Hint of new oak. Love it and I am lucky to have more in my cellar

Just lovely. Crushed raspberry and a lovely smell of pepper and you can almost smell the foggy air in Sta Rita Hills. Taste is smooth with both red berries and vegetables. Hint of new oak. Love it and I am lucky to have more in my cellar

Nov 6th, 2016
Louie Christensen

Proof Burgundian styled Pinots are possible to attain in CA. Haunting pomegranate, round cherries, and a pop of dark raspberries. Rustic, woody spices akin to those of Pommard; and a fascinating note that I can only describe as a garden after a summer rain.

Proof Burgundian styled Pinots are possible to attain in CA. Haunting pomegranate, round cherries, and a pop of dark raspberries. Rustic, woody spices akin to those of Pommard; and a fascinating note that I can only describe as a garden after a summer rain.

Nov 4th, 2016
Ryan Mullins

Dangling of the fucking chain! Damn!

Dangling of the fucking chain! Damn!

Oct 7th, 2016