Rex Goliath

Pinot Noir

8.3335 ratings
7.93 pro ratings
Central Coast, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Patrick Augustine

Definitely not to be consumed on its own. More disagreeable with every sip

Definitely not to be consumed on its own. More disagreeable with every sip

3 people found it helpfulNov 14th, 2014
Michele Klocke

There are some good cheap wines... This is not one. Not the best Rex.

There are some good cheap wines... This is not one. Not the best Rex.

2 people found it helpfulJul 4th, 2015
Martin Buchholz

Decent for a relaxing Sunday afternoon. It may not be the best, but decent taste for this price.

Decent for a relaxing Sunday afternoon. It may not be the best, but decent taste for this price.

1 person found it helpfulSep 20th, 2015
Courtney Holt

Very drinkable, but nothing impressive. Not overly acidic but also not very full-bodied. Good for the (very) cheap price.

Very drinkable, but nothing impressive. Not overly acidic but also not very full-bodied. Good for the (very) cheap price.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 22nd, 2015
Amanda C

Smooth, rich, lush fruity flavors for cheap. Easy drinker.

Smooth, rich, lush fruity flavors for cheap. Easy drinker.

1 person found it helpfulAug 24th, 2014
Geoff Troup

Sales Eder Brothers, Cellar Fine Wines

7.8

Over extracted, tons of residual sugar, fruit dominates the palate without a hint nuance. But believe it or not, I've had far worse. I would drink this over many others in the mag category.

Over extracted, tons of residual sugar, fruit dominates the palate without a hint nuance. But believe it or not, I've had far worse. I would drink this over many others in the mag category.

Apr 29th, 2016
Henrik Poulsen

12.5% alc. Non-vintage.

Tasting blind you have to call it as you see it.
I was in South of France (Languedoc/Cotes du Rhone) here.
Have this $8 wine ever been in contact with a single CA Pinot Noir grape?....your guess is as good as mine.

12.5% alc. Non-vintage.

Tasting blind you have to call it as you see it.
I was in South of France (Languedoc/Cotes du Rhone) here.
Have this $8 wine ever been in contact with a single CA Pinot Noir grape?....your guess is as good as mine.

Apr 2nd, 2017
J Winx
6.1

awful. way too bitter

awful. way too bitter

Feb 25th, 2018
Michael Degnan

Light with slight tartness and low tannins. Cherry flavor

Light with slight tartness and low tannins. Cherry flavor

Nov 6th, 2017
Lauren

Good for price

Good for price

Jun 9th, 2017