Bouchaine Pinot Noir Estate 2006

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When you ask about the wine varietal that the Carneros appellation is most notable for, Pinot Noir invariably comes t...

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6/14/12 = 32/50 Read more

I liked the taste, although i had it as a glass in a restaurant and do not know how long it was opened. No real nose. Read more

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Snooth User: mistersplice
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3.50 5
05/20/2012

6/14/12 = 32/50


Snooth User: Radakor
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3.50 5
05/11/2009

I liked the taste, although i had it as a glass in a restaurant and do not know how long it was opened. No real nose.


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Source: We Speak Wine
11/25/2009

WE: 85 Points


External Review
07/24/2009

When you ask about the wine varietal that the Carneros appellation is most notable for, Pinot Noir invariably comes to mind. The long harvest in 2006 provided us a veritable smorgasbord of grape ripeness and maturity, all of which enhanced the character of this Carneros Pinot, adding richness and layers of flavor. The resulting wine is redolent of cherries and berries with a touch of earthiness and orange Peel. More and more people have discovered what longtime Pinot Noir aficionados have always agreed: that Pinot Noir is the most versatile red wine and pairs beautifully with many foods. Start with anything grilled or smoked. Try it with blackened salmon, pork tenderloin braised with herbs, pan seared chicken, or mushroom risotto accented with truffle oil.


External Review
03/16/2010

Bouchaine Vineyards Pinot Noir Estate 2006 Carneros / Napa and all other wine from Bouchaine Vineyards are readily available to ship at discount prices. We carry many premium wine from across the world.


External Review
07/24/2009

This single-vineyard wine, a sought-after favorite of Bouchaine Bacchus wine Club members and those in-the-know, comes only from the dry-farmed (non-irrigated) Gee vineyard. The Gee vineyard is a small 16-acre property across the road from the winery, where the rare practice of dry farming has been in use for many years. It produces small yields of grapes with uncommonly concentrated flavors. We then coax the wine into a beauty sleep in French oak barrels for approximately 11 months, which enhances the already-complex flavors even further. Less than 250 cases of this wine are produced, and only in those vintages where the wine is simply exceptional will it be released as its own bottling.


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Winemaker's Notes:

When you ask about the wine varietal that the Carneros appellation is most notable for, Pinot Noir invariably comes to mind. The long harvest in 2006 provided us a veritable smorgasbord of grape ripeness and maturity, all of which enhanced the character of this Carneros Pinot, adding richness and layers of flavor. The resulting wine is redolent of cherries and berries with a touch of earthiness and orange Peel. More and more people have discovered what longtime Pinot Noir aficionados have always agreed: that Pinot Noir is the most versatile red wine and pairs beautifully with many foods. Start with anything grilled or smoked. Try it with blackened salmon, pork tenderloin braised with herbs, pan seared chicken, or mushroom risotto accented with truffle oil.

When you ask about the wine varietal that the Carneros appellation is most notable for, Pinot Noir invariably comes to mind. The long harvest in 2006 provided us a veritable smorgasbord of grape ripeness and maturity, all of which enhanced the character of this Carneros Pinot, adding richness and layers of flavor. The resulting wine is redolent of cherries and berries with a touch of earthiness and orange Peel. More and more people have discovered what longtime Pinot Noir aficionados have always agreed: that Pinot Noir is the most versatile red wine and pairs beautifully with many foods. Start with anything grilled or smoked. Try it with blackened salmon, pork tenderloin braised with herbs, pan seared chicken, or mushroom risotto accented with truffle oil.

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