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Pacifica Pinot Noir 2016

SKU: PA02R
Pacifica Pinot Noir 2016

Pacifica Pinot Noir 2016

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This beautiful, well balanced Pinot Noir is a blend from some of Oregon's finest vineyards. Evan's Vineyard is owned by Philip and Sheryl Jones who also produce New Zealand's highly respected Goose Bay wines. Ripe berry fruit with hints of black cherry, along with minerally and earthy overtones. Quite long in length and depth
  • Pinot Noir
  • Table Wine
  • 13%
  • 12
  • 750 ml
  • Red
  • Dry
  • Not Mevushal
  • Pacifica
  • Oregon
  • 2016
  • Yes
  • OU, Rabbi Fisher, Vaad of Oregon
Pairs well with: Poultry Salmon

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Ari

12-28-2015 02:47:12

Customer Since: 2014

Vintage Reviewed: 2012

Interesting as a pinot, the color is darker than most pinot's almost looks like a cab, the nose is rather muddled without anything particularly sticking out, def not the cranberries and strawberries expected with a pinot, the wine was balanced and had medium alcohol, just not bursting with fruit I have come to expect from really solid pinots.
JoshuaLondon

12-02-2015 06:53:12

Customer Since: 2013

Vintage Reviewed: 2010

The 2010 vintage opens with ripe cherry and oak scents that lead into flavors of black and red cherries, raspberry and plum with some mild smokiness along with mineral and herbal notes. Nicely balanced with good acidity and firm tannins, it gets better as it breathes, so consider decanting to smooth out the edges.
PJ

12-01-2015 10:19:12

Customer Since: 2015

Vintage Reviewed: 2012

Good structure and length. Much better that the tough 2010 vintage. Silver medal at SF Chronicle show.
Ramos Washington

09-05-2014 10:35:09

Customer Since: 2014

Vintage Reviewed: 2010

The only time I can remember when I had to put away a "quality" wine and bring out another bottle for guests. I've also never ended up using a $23 bottle for cooking.

It was thin, nearly odorless and a bit unpleasant-tasting. Two friends of mine had the same experience, so I don't think I just got a bad bottle.
KosherMcDonalds

05-16-2014 01:24:05

Customer Since: 2014

Vintage Reviewed: 2010

Delicious, pleasant and ready to drink right now. Medium body, soft tannins, cassis undercurrent, otherwise not very fruity. Nice finish.

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