Argyle Pinot Noir Nuthouse 2011

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The 2011 Nuthouse Pinot Noir is Argyle's expression of bold Pinot Noir in an elegant vintage. As 2011 was such a late...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The 2011 Nuthouse Pinot Noir is Argyle's expression of bold Pinot Noir in an elegant vintage. As 2011 was such a late harvest, we had to carefully select our most flavorful blocks from our Lone Star Vineyard. The long hang time has gifted us brilliant garnet color and incredibly vivid aromatics: wild cherry, dewberry, rhubarb, and black Russian tomato. Out on the edges of the palate, gentle toast and Moroccan spices keep the wine framed and complex. Deep, yet delicate through the middle, the creaminess is already starting to build on top of the gorgeous acid backbone. The extra fine tannins slowly coat the salavaries, building length and ageability. Crack it now, or leave in your wine dungeon for decades.

The 2011 Nuthouse Pinot Noir is Argyle's expression of bold Pinot Noir in an elegant vintage. As 2011 was such a late harvest, we had to carefully select our most flavorful blocks from our Lone Star Vineyard. The long hang time has gifted us brilliant garnet color and incredibly vivid aromatics: wild cherry, dewberry, rhubarb, and black Russian tomato. Out on the edges of the palate, gentle toast and Moroccan spices keep the wine framed and complex. Deep, yet delicate through the middle, the creaminess is already starting to build on top of the gorgeous acid backbone. The extra fine tannins slowly coat the salavaries, building length and ageability. Crack it now, or leave in your wine dungeon for decades.

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