Pinot Noir - $10 - $15 - $15 - $20 - 4 Star - Light - 11% - 11.99% - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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DeLoach Private Collection Pinot Noir 2018
In California, 2018 was yet another excellent vintage. Winemaker Katie Carter’s lush, acclaimed Private Collection Pinot (from 12-time Winery of the Year DeLoach) showcases the quality of the harvest deliciously – and will be a winner with turkey.
Fetters Springs Pinot Noir 2017
This exclusive release from California’s famed Sebastiani family and the excellent 2017 vintage is that rarest of beasts – a lusciously ripe, silky-smooth Pinot Noir that won’t break the bank. Very few cases at this special price.
Pescadero Rock Pinot Noir 2017
This berry-rich release from the renowned O’Neill family hails from vineyards in Lodi (Wine Enthusiast’s 2015 Region of the Year) and Clarksburg. Rich, dark, and supple, it shows off all the class of the fantastic 2017 vintage – a must taste.
Cinco Manos Pinot Noir 2018
Top-shelf Pinots like this (from the “Most Awarded Winery of the 21st Century”) prove that Chile’s got France and California on the run. Crafted by fifth-generation Mario Pablo Silva in premium Colchagua, this rich yet refreshing find is a must-try.
La Catina Estate Pinot Noir 2018
Home to “some of Europe’s greatest cool climate vineyards” (Hugh Johnson), Romania is an ideal spot for Pinot Noir – and emerging as a rival to Burgundy. This limited-release, barrel-aged find hails from a top estate and bursts with fresh red berry.