Wine Tasting Notes This wine has an elegant, pure fruit forward style with the brilliant intensity of rich mouthwater...Read more...
A little hot on the nose with lots of sweet fruit, cola, a touch of citrus, roast meat and oak. This is a big, powerful style of Pinot with a chew... Read more
Smells a bit soapy at first with a very floral character. With air Syrah like black pepper, beef, dried hay, violet and floral tones emerge. Atyp... Read more
Lots of sage and earth and rhubarb qualities mixed with hearty raspberry. - Tasted at Total Wine & More 3/27/10 - Tasted again at UNLVino 4/10/10 Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Davis Bynum Pinot Noir Russian River Valley le Pinot
A little hot on the nose with lots of sweet fruit, cola, a touch of citrus, roast meat and oak. This is a big, powerful style of Pinot with a chewy texture and dark, muscular fruit, there are nice black spice tones to compliment the jammy cherry and sweet blackberry pie toned fruit. Tannic and powerful this follows through on the finish with large, dry wood tannins that overwhelm the palate. 85pts
Smells a bit soapy at first with a very floral character. With air Syrah like black pepper, beef, dried hay, violet and floral tones emerge. Atypical, and a bit raw woody at first then much more typical heavy vanilla and candied cola notes emerge with the candied black cherry fruit. Pretty fresh and pure raspberry in the mouth with lovely tannins, brisk and crisp and pretty well measured against the great backing acidity. Elegant yet rich with citrus and floral tones framing the fruits, and a good dollop of oaken spice emerging on the finish. Somewhere between intense and elegant with an intriguing astringent edge, yet a touch loose and lacking a bit of complexity. 88pts
Lots of sage and earth and rhubarb qualities mixed with hearty raspberry. - Tasted at Total Wine & More 3/27/10 - Tasted again at UNLVino 4/10/10
Enjoyed two tastes of this fine example of RRV Pinot Noir yesterday. Nicely complex in the recent Pinot world of nothingness. Black cherry aroma and a nice lingering finish worthy of the second taste. Also a nice value compared to so many pretenders out there. Sold!
External Reviews for Davis Bynum Pinot Noir Russian River Valley le Pinot
Davis Bynum has been producing top quality Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley for over 3 decades. They hold claim to producing the very first single vineyard Pinot Noir in the Russian River Valley- a 1973 Rochioli Vineyard. Their experience and contacts allow them to source their grapes from the best vineyards in the Valley and 2007 was a vintage where there was a lot of superb fruit to be had. Aged 11 months in French oak barrels, this supple, rich Pinot was scored 90 points by Wine Spectator who said “Rich and full-bodied, with a pleasurable mix of black cherry, wild berry and mocha flavors that are intense, concentrated, focused and persistent, ending with a long, persistent finish.” Limited.
Davis Bynum Winery Pinot Noir 2005 Russian River and all other wine from Davis Bynum Winery are readily available to ship at discount prices. We carry many premium wine from across the world.
Wine Tasting NotesYouthful and vibrant, with a classic pinot noir nose of bright cherry and a touch of earthiness. Look for flavors of rhubarb, smoke, and caramel to add complexity. Polished tannins and good acidity create a nice balance and structure. This pinot is very food friendly. We find it is particularly appealing with pork, tuna, and mushrooms. Drinkable now. Best from 2007 through 2012.
This wine is a classic example of Russian River Valley pinot noir. Medium-bodied, with ultra-fine tannins and just enough acidity to maintain structure. Fruit driven, with ripe strawberry and a hint of red licorice. A food friendly wine that pairs well with tuna, salmon, grilled chicken or pork. Ready to drink now.
This is a very unique and rare wine. Davis Bynum has been producing exceptional Pinot Noirs, both single vineyard and blends from the Russian River Valley since 1973 when they sourced from the famed Rochioli vineyard. Today, more than thirty years later, the tradition continues with beautiful hand crafted Pinot Noir from the valley's best vineyards. This wine is a blend of grapes from two vineyards; 58% Lindley’s Knoll which is a hillside vineyard and 42% Moshin vineyard which lies on the benchland. The grapes were vinified separately and blended into a silky, fruit laden wine with extraordinary finesse and style. Now with two years of bottle age it has softened and evolved into something complex and wonderful. Only 314 cases were produced so needless to say it is VERY LIMITED. Grab it! Wine Spectator Vintage Rating: 94<small>not sponsored by or affiliated with The Wine Spectator or The Wine Advocate</></small>
Wine Tasting Notes This wine has an elegant, pure fruit forward style with the brilliant intensity of rich mouthwatering Bing cherry, blackberry and spice. The luxurious density, beautiful structure and velvety texture on the palate are hallmarks of this vintage and make this wine a superlative example of Russian River Valley Pinot.
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