Cupcake Vineyards Pinot Noir Central Coast 2009

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Our Cupcake Central Coast Pinot Noir has the aroma of cherries carries through the palate with a touch of red currant...

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Red cherries, a touch of oak, pleasant lingering finish with a hint of dark fruit, very good. Another winner courtesy of the talented Adam Richardson. Read more

Although a bit thin on the palate, pleasant, clean, bright flavors of cherry and Pinot Noir. This wine however is too sweet for me and will probabl... Read more

"Smoke and funk on the nose Read more

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4.00 5
07/16/2011

Red cherries, a touch of oak, pleasant lingering finish with a hint of dark fruit, very good. Another winner courtesy of the talented Adam Richardson.


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2.50 5
12/15/2012

Although a bit thin on the palate, pleasant, clean, bright flavors of cherry and Pinot Noir. This wine however is too sweet for me and will probably avoid it for that reason alone.


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Source: Fame Wine and Tobacco
09/23/2011

"Smoke and funk on the nose


Winemaker's Notes:

This Pinot Noir was harvested at 24 to 26º brix and then cold soaked for two days at 50ºF. After yeast inoculation, it went through a cool fermentation to preserve the bright cherry fruit. The wine was aged in small American and French oak barrels for up to nine months.

Tasting Notes:

Our Cupcake Central Coast Pinot Noir has the aroma of cherries carries through the palate with a touch of red currants and a hint of spices. It’s reminiscent of a cherry cupcake with currant coulis.

This Pinot Noir was harvested at 24 to 26º brix and then cold soaked for two days at 50ºF. After yeast inoculation, it went through a cool fermentation to preserve the bright cherry fruit. The wine was aged in small American and French oak barrels for up to nine months.

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Aged 9 months in American Oak.

Aged 9 months in French Oak.

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 13.5% pH: 3.66
Sugar: 0.45 grams per liter Total Acidity: 0.64 grams per liter

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