Pahlmeyer

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

9.3234 ratings
9.132 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Mark Oldman

breaking out Cali's best for Stanford Football's Pac-12 triumph - silky, complex Pahlmeyer#Pinot Sonoma Coast, redolent of #Cardinal colored victoryberries #GoStanford

breaking out Cali's best for Stanford Football's Pac-12 triumph - silky, complex Pahlmeyer#Pinot Sonoma Coast, redolent of #Cardinal colored victoryberries #GoStanford

1 person found it helpfulDec 6th, 2015
David Brown

Light color but great richness and flavor.

Light color but great richness and flavor.

1 person found it helpfulMay 10th, 2014
Jörgen Lindström Carlvik

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

8.8

Evolved and nicely created, this aged PN offer tertiary flavors of damp forest leaves, dried dark berries and toasty oak, which still hasn't integrated completely (and probably never will). Rounded off tannins and obviously made from very ripe grapes, this has seen better days, but still pleasure.

Evolved and nicely created, this aged PN offer tertiary flavors of damp forest leaves, dried dark berries and toasty oak, which still hasn't integrated completely (and probably never will). Rounded off tannins and obviously made from very ripe grapes, this has seen better days, but still pleasure.

Nov 21st, 2016
Manny Canales

Really good.

Really good.

Nov 1st, 2015
Don Schroeder

Eh. Tastes like a late acid add, super high astringency

Eh. Tastes like a late acid add, super high astringency

Feb 25th, 2015
Sabra Lewis

14.9% abv just kills everything you want in Pinot Noir. Finish is purely alcoholic. I'd rather have a cocktail.

14.9% abv just kills everything you want in Pinot Noir. Finish is purely alcoholic. I'd rather have a cocktail.

Dec 20th, 2014
John Skupny - Lang & Reed Wine Company

Somewhere in between the industrial strength Pahlmeyer style & a more delicate nature of the vintage. Crushed rose petal, toasty & slight resin note. Smooth, silky with good length.

Somewhere in between the industrial strength Pahlmeyer style & a more delicate nature of the vintage. Crushed rose petal, toasty & slight resin note. Smooth, silky with good length.

Nov 30th, 2014
Christanna Honer

Pinot noir. Much more stinky, smoky, and earthy than the Jayson. Layers of complex flavors.

Pinot noir. Much more stinky, smoky, and earthy than the Jayson. Layers of complex flavors.

Oct 8th, 2014
David Eckert

Dark fruit, berries, opaque, earthy. Not your dad's Pinot.

Dark fruit, berries, opaque, earthy. Not your dad's Pinot.

Sep 18th, 2014
Rafael Landestoy

Not nearly as good as their cab and merlot but still a very nice wine

Not nearly as good as their cab and merlot but still a very nice wine

Jun 11th, 2014