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Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Shea Vyd Pinot Noir 2000

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A blend of Beaux Fréres Vineyard fruit and purchased fruit from the Muirfield Vineyard, this full-bodied, boisterous, dense, strongly-flavored Pinot noir. Deep ruby/garnet-colored, it offers up notes of earth, herbs, sassafras, forest, currant and plums. In the mouth, flavors of Allspice and cinnamon make for a premier cru Gevrey-Chambertin-like style. It has dropped some of its rustic tannin, which gave it 'savage' and was the reason for calling it "The Wild Thing". But blending and time in the bottle has tamed this beast as it has already evolved to a medium-bodied Pinot Noir dominated more by spice, cola, and sassafras notes than the typical blackberry fruit of our Beaux Frères vineyard

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Average Total Production | 4 - 6 thousand cases Wine varietal(s) | Pinot Noir, Grenache Winemaker | Michael G. Etzel Name of Proprietors | Michael G. Etzel, Robert M. Parker, Jr., Robert Roy

External Reviews for Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Shea Vyd Pinot Noir

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
12/18/2010

A Pinot Noir wine from Oregon in USA. 2000 Beaux Freres Pinot Noir Belles Soeurs The Wild Thing 750ml


External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
07/15/2011

Firm in texture, with a nice core of blackberry and dark plum, layered with white pepper and toasty notes as the flavors linger on the finish... Wine Spectator. A Pinot Noir wine from Oregon in USA. 2000 Beaux Freres Pinot Noir Belles Soeurs The Wild Thing 750ml



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A blend of Beaux Fréres Vineyard fruit and purchased fruit from the Muirfield Vineyard, this full-bodied, boisterous, dense, strongly-flavored Pinot noir. Deep ruby/garnet-colored, it offers up notes of earth, herbs, sassafras, forest, currant and plums. In the mouth, flavors of Allspice and cinnamon make for a premier cru Gevrey-Chambertin-like style. It has dropped some of its rustic tannin, which gave it 'savage' and was the reason for calling it "The Wild Thing". But blending and time in the bottle has tamed this beast as it has already evolved to a medium-bodied Pinot Noir dominated more by spice, cola, and sassafras notes than the typical blackberry fruit of our Beaux Frères vineyard

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