Trader Joe's

Platinum Reserve Russian River Valley Pinot Noir

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Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Angel Free

Nice wine - totally worth the price

Nice wine - totally worth the price

Mar 30th, 2019
Steve Goore

Smooth, rich, a little smoky and super tasty. An excellent PN - I only wish I could get more at TJs (Platinums always sell out quickly).

Smooth, rich, a little smoky and super tasty. An excellent PN - I only wish I could get more at TJs (Platinums always sell out quickly).

Mar 21st, 2019
Jorge B.

Very good example of a Russian River Valley Pinot Noir. Has a mild to medium smoky and woodsy nose. Has a mild ‘bacon fat’ quality that gives a silky, almost oily mouthfeel. A lighter PN actually tastes like PN. One of the more terroir accurate Trader Joe’s wines. Very good.

Very good example of a Russian River Valley Pinot Noir. Has a mild to medium smoky and woodsy nose. Has a mild ‘bacon fat’ quality that gives a silky, almost oily mouthfeel. A lighter PN actually tastes like PN. One of the more terroir accurate Trader Joe’s wines. Very good.

Mar 5th, 2019
Ron Stalle

Bold but smooth

Bold but smooth

Feb 12th, 2019
Ron Stalle

Russian River Valley

Russian River Valley

Feb 4th, 2019
Steve Haro

Fantastic qpr. Rich and spicy.

Fantastic qpr. Rich and spicy.

Feb 2nd, 2019
Stephanie Dalke

Feels on the spicy side for a Pinot (but what do I know?)

Feels on the spicy side for a Pinot (but what do I know?)

Jun 3rd, 2017
Heather Doyle Meyer

2013 vintage is delicious. Silky and tart, strawberries and oak.

2013 vintage is delicious. Silky and tart, strawberries and oak.

Apr 5th, 2017
JJ Lumia

Hands down one of the best wines TJs has slapped its label on. It's held up with the best of them in Killer Wine Nights -- Kosta, Williams Selyem, Merry Edwards, etc. Thought this would have 5 years but alas, it's like some other platinum labels I've held as an experiment, it's just not holding up. Still enjoyable but not as memorable so if you still have it, drink up.

Hands down one of the best wines TJs has slapped its label on. It's held up with the best of them in Killer Wine Nights -- Kosta, Williams Selyem, Merry Edwards, etc. Thought this would have 5 years but alas, it's like some other platinum labels I've held as an experiment, it's just not holding up. Still enjoyable but not as memorable so if you still have it, drink up.

Jan 25th, 2017
Scott Petrus

Warm climate Pinot is....

Warm climate Pinot is....

Jan 14th, 2017