Williams Selyem

Ferrington Vineyard Pinot Noir

9.237 ratings
9.34 pro ratings
Anderson Valley, North Coast, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Aaron Keller

Could use a few more years in the bottle.

Could use a few more years in the bottle.

Jan 10th, 2018
Mike Mayer

Dark ruby color in the glass. Subtle nose with bright but silky fruit on initial taste. Maybe boysenberry or cranberry on the finish. The dark ruby look does not tie in with the light elegance of the wine. Paired nicely with fish and chicken.

Dark ruby color in the glass. Subtle nose with bright but silky fruit on initial taste. Maybe boysenberry or cranberry on the finish. The dark ruby look does not tie in with the light elegance of the wine. Paired nicely with fish and chicken.

1 person found it helpfulOct 17th, 2015
Doug Sayed

Savory red and blue fruits with a really nice finish. 2013 vintage. Drinking well now.

Savory red and blue fruits with a really nice finish. 2013 vintage. Drinking well now.

Mar 23rd, 2019
Edward Nelson

From previous share.

From previous share.

Jan 20th, 2019
Steven Comfort

This cornerstone Pinot vineyard in Anderson Valley is known for powerful fruit, and this vintage is a great example. The knock is that the fruit expression is obvious and more one-dimensional than pinot from, say, Sonoma or Willamette Valley. I like this wine and the work Kevin Harvey has done with Rhys in Anderson Valley - but the jury is still out in my mind - I’m not convinced it will become a great region for Pinot noir...

This cornerstone Pinot vineyard in Anderson Valley is known for powerful fruit, and this vintage is a great example. The knock is that the fruit expression is obvious and more one-dimensional than pinot from, say, Sonoma or Willamette Valley. I like this wine and the work Kevin Harvey has done with Rhys in Anderson Valley - but the jury is still out in my mind - I’m not convinced it will become a great region for Pinot noir...

Jan 20th, 2019
Joe Davant

Brighter acidity and a shorter finish than the Burt Williams. Delicious red fruits were dominant on the palate.

Brighter acidity and a shorter finish than the Burt Williams. Delicious red fruits were dominant on the palate.

Jan 14th, 2018
Brent E

Thin on nose, well balanced w a bit of cedar, nice silky finish

Thin on nose, well balanced w a bit of cedar, nice silky finish

Nov 18th, 2017
Martha Silich

One of our favorites! The 2013 is smooth and fruity.

One of our favorites! The 2013 is smooth and fruity.

Aug 20th, 2017
Mike Mayer

Bright cherries and pie crust on the nose. Subtle tastes of bing cherry, rosemary, oak and a tiny hint of licorice with a little bit of white pepper on the finish. Nice acidity with sleek tannins.

Bright cherries and pie crust on the nose. Subtle tastes of bing cherry, rosemary, oak and a tiny hint of licorice with a little bit of white pepper on the finish. Nice acidity with sleek tannins.

Aug 5th, 2017
Doug Sayed

Delicious and savory red fruits with enough structure to keep it interesting. Delightful now and in its prime drinking window. Drink up and enjoy!

Delicious and savory red fruits with enough structure to keep it interesting. Delightful now and in its prime drinking window. Drink up and enjoy!

Jul 9th, 2017