Standing Stone Vineyards Pinot Noir Finger Lakes 2007
External Reviews for Standing Stone Vineyards Pinot Noir Finger Lakes
Slightly edgy, with spice, sassafras and briar notes framing the light-bodied red cherry and pomegranate fruit, followed by a lightly firm finish. Drink now.
A dark rich cherry nose leads to round, earthy flavors. This Pinot is complex and dark; berry flavors are undercurrents while full, well-structured character dominates the mid-palate. The finish lingers with black cherry and leather. This wine promises to age extremely well. - Winery
Ample flavors of black cherry and blackberry, with secondary notes of leather and vanilla, coat the palate. This varietal always seems to excel at Standing Stone and this vintage was surely kind to this fickle grape.
Intense aromas and flavors of pulpy black plums and bright red cherries are supplemented by light toasty oak and a mild spice. The velvety mouthfeel will make you believe you are drinking a more expensive Pinot Noir from California. Enjoy with lamb stew.
Intense cherry aromas and flavors balanced by an earthy character. Has a rich, velvety mouthfeel, a well-structured midpalate and a long, lingering finish.
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