Lot 510 2013 Central Coast Pinot Noir

Lot 510
2013 Central Coast Pinot Noir

Gold Medal, 2016 Denver International Wine Competition; The Value Pinot of the Year! Sourced from a veritable who’s who of high-end Pinot vineyards from the Central Coast, and an incredible wine for this price point.
$13
  • Denver International Wine Competition Gold Winner
Beautifully aromatic, with an archetypal nose of black cherry and violets, spicy “cola” and damson plums. Way more complexity than you would imagine on a Pinot at this price point. Plush, lush and inviting on the palate with a persistent core of cherry fruit and a hint of raspberry that echoes throughout the wine. The succulent texture is framed by supple tannins that provide great length and persistence in a fantastically luscious finish.

Style: Medium, Fruity

Flavors: Cherry, Raspberry

Cam Confidential
It’s hard to beat the “attainable luxury” that the Central Coast has to offer. I’ve been in the California wine business my entire life, and I’m still constantly amazed how much bang for your buck you can get from this region. Luckily, three large harvests in a row have created some fantastic sourcing opportunities for us. The going rate for a bottle of barrel-aged Pinot from any of the higher-end vineyards on California’s Central Coast is around $25-30 these days, but today’s release is here at half that amount! Sourced from a veritable who’s who of high-end Pinot vineyards from Arroyo Seco and Paicines, this is incredible wine for this price point.
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