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2013 Anthill Farms Demuth Pinot Noir 750 ml 1 $49.00
2012 Aubert CIX Pinot Noir RP(89-91) 750 ml 2 $149.00
The 2012 Pinot Noir Cix Estate was made from suitcase clones from Vosne-Romanee. It exhibits abundant notes of forest floor, blackberries, blueberries and spicy oak along with dry tannins in the finish. The wine is multi-dimensional and rich, but the tannins are not yet fully resolved which kept my score low. It should drink well for 8-12 years.
2012 Aubert CIX Pinot Noir RP(89-91) 1.5 L 1 $379.00
The 2012 Pinot Noir Cix Estate was made from suitcase clones from Vosne-Romanee. It exhibits abundant notes of forest floor, blackberries, blueberries and spicy oak along with dry tannins in the finish. The wine is multi-dimensional and rich, but the tannins are not yet fully resolved which kept my score low. It should drink well for 8-12 years.
2006 Aubert Reuling Pinot Noir RP92 750 ml 2 $99.00
The very fine 2006 Pinot Noir Reuling Vineyard reveals more of a pomegranate character than previous vintages. Its superb bouquet exhibits notes of forest floor, raspberries, cherries, and a hint of allspice. Medium-bodied with good acidity and a shorter finish than the 2007 or 2005, this brilliant Pinot requires consumption over the next 4-5 years.
2008 Aubert Reuling Pinot Noir RP93 1.5 L 2 $309.00
The 2008 Pinot Noir Reuling Vineyard is a bigger, richer, denser wine exhibiting a medium ruby color as well as notes of forest floor, fresh mushrooms, raspberries, black currants and spring flowers. With excellent depth and richness, it is best drunk over the next 5-6 years.
2008 Aubert Reuling Pinot Noir RP93 750 ml 4 $139.00
The 2008 Pinot Noir Reuling Vineyard is a bigger, richer, denser wine exhibiting a medium ruby color as well as notes of forest floor, fresh mushrooms, raspberries, black currants and spring flowers. With excellent depth and richness, it is best drunk over the next 5-6 years.
2010 Aubert Reuling Pinot Noir RP94+ 750 ml 4 $139.00
The 2010 Pinot Noir Reuling Vineyard bursts from the glass with an exciting melange of dark red cherries, flowers, licorice, tar, mint, camphor and exotic spices. Layers of flavor build effortlessly to the rich, textured finish. The Reuling impresses with its energy, length and minerality. An endless array of vivid aromas and flavors wrap around the rich, deep finish. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2020.
2010 Aubert Ritchie Pinot Noir RP92 750 ml 2 $130.00
The 2010 Pinot Noir Ritchie Vineyard is an attractive, mid-weight wine laced with sweet red cherries, flowers, spices and French oak. It shows lovely mid-palate sweetness and inner perfume in an attractive, mid-weight style best suited for near-term drinking. Today the Ritchie comes across as just a bit compact and one-dimensional next to the other 2010 Pinots. With air, though, the wine blossoms nicely. Freshly cut roses and spices waft from the delicate, feminine finish. It will be fascinating to follow this precise, crystalline beauty over the coming years. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2020.
2012 Aubert Ritchie Pinot Noir RP(91-93) 750 ml 4 $129.00
Made from the Calera clone, the 2012 Pinot Noir Ritchie Vineyard offers up plenty of cola and root beer notes intermixed with black cherry, dusty, loamy soil and foresty nuances. Deep and medium to full-bodied with fresh, lively fruit, it should drink well for 10 + years.
2006 Aubert UV Pinot Noir RP92+ 750 ml 4 $129.00
Extremely promising, the closed 2006 Pinot Noir UV Vineyard boasts earthy, raspberry, red and black currant notes intermixed with subtle background oak, smoke, and charcoal. The tannins seem to creep up in the finish, something I did not notice last year. The most structured of these Pinots, it requires another 1-2 years of bottle age, and should last for 4-5 years.
2006 Aubert UV Pinot Noir RP92+ 1.5 L 1 $249.00
Extremely promising, the closed 2006 Pinot Noir UV Vineyard boasts earthy, raspberry, red and black currant notes intermixed with subtle background oak, smoke, and charcoal. The tannins seem to creep up in the finish, something I did not notice last year. The most structured of these Pinots, it requires another 1-2 years of bottle age, and should last for 4-5 years.
2012 Aubert UV Pinot Noir RP(93-95) 750 ml 7 $129.00
An exceptional perfume of rose petals, loamy soil, raspberries, blueberries and spring flowers jumps from the glass of the 2012 Pinot Noir UV-SL. Primarily Calera clonal material with some Vosne-Romanee suitcase clones, it was fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged 12 months prior to being assembled in tank and then bottled without fining or filtration. This beauty should age effortlessly for 10-12 years.
2012 Aubert UVSL Pinot Noir 750 ml 10 $139.00
2012 Aubert UVSL Pinot Noir 1.5 L 1 $359.00
2010 Clos De La Tech Domaine Valeta Sunny Slope Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir 750 ml 1 $49.00
2010 Clos De La Tech Santa Cruz Mountains Estates Pinot Noir 750 ml 1 $35.00
2004 Copain Cerise Pinot Noir ST91 750 ml 1 $45.00
Full, deep red. Spicy dark raspberry on the nose. Brisk, pure and bright but youthfully tight, with sappy, strong dark fruit and spice flavors. The Dijon clones give more aromas and flavors at lower sugar levels, notes Guthrie. Indeed, this is a moderate 13.8% alcohol.
2009 Dehlinger Altamont Old Vines Pinot Noir RP93 750 ml 1 $75.00
The 2009 Pinot Noir Altamont Vineyard Old Vines is a gorgeous wine. Layers of beautifully articulated red fruit, flowers and spices meld together in this seamless, intensely perfumed Pinot Noir. The 2009 stands out for its gorgeous length and polished finish. Sweet candied and floral notes linger on the close. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2021.
2007 Dehlinger Goldridge 33 Year Old Vines Pinot Noir WS93 750 ml 1 $75.00
2010 Domaine Drouhin Louise Pinot Noir RP93 750 ml 1 $135.00
Domaine Drouhin?s limited prestige bottling 2010 Pinot Noir Louise is typically released ahead of their Laurene based simply ? Arron Bell volunteers ? on a tendency for this selection of the finest barrels to show better earlier. This resembles a hypothetical blend of the 2010 Laurene?s darker berries with bright red currant exhibited by the corresponding ?classique? bottling. The exuberance of the 2010 vintage remains mouthwateringly on display; and the refinement of texture that characterizes all recent Domaine Drouhin Pinots here reaches a point of silken, soothing seduction. Rich beef marrow; smoky black tea notes; nut oils; bitter-sweet floral perfume; nip of cinnamon; glowingly cyanic fruit pit piquancy; and a lentil sprout-like nutty, savory, subtly green piquancy are among the many memorable nuances that afford this long-finishing cuvee an immediate sense of complexity that goes well beyond that of its immediate siblings. And as it takes on air, a sense of sweet, saline shrimp shell reduction stimulates the salivary glands. This should merit cherishing for 12-15 years.
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