Notes on the Dutton-Goldfield Mcdougall Vineyard Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2005 : PINOT REPORT REVIEW: 94 POINTS Medium...Read more...
This is a terrific Pinot Noir. From a cool hillside vineyard at the far western edge of the Russian River AVA - barely in the climatic range of gra... Read more
High-toned raspberry and cherry aromas and flavors. Rich and silky. Very elegant wine. Read more
Loved this Sonoma Coast wine, with its distinctive notes of earth and truffles amid the red berries. Read more
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This is a terrific Pinot Noir. From a cool hillside vineyard at the far western edge of the Russian River AVA - barely in the climatic range of grape-growing feasibility - it requires the right set of conditions to ripen properly. But it must have done so in 2005 since this is a rich, unusually complex, Burgandian-style Pinot Noir. Captivating perfume of ripe cherry, black raspberry, and a melange of spices and floral notes; still tannic but with a velvety, regal, mouth-coating feel. Outstanding length and depth. Low in alcohol for a California Pinot, yet seamless and full from start to extended finish - a great combination of grace and power. Expensive, but exceptionally high quality
High-toned raspberry and cherry aromas and flavors. Rich and silky. Very elegant wine.
Loved this Sonoma Coast wine, with its distinctive notes of earth and truffles amid the red berries.
Silky wine with blackberry, black cherry, and raspberry flavors. Floral aromas add a nice approachability to the wine.
Spiciest of their wines tasted, with abundant pepper and clove serving as companion to the rich raspberry and cherry.
I definitely would give this Dutton-Goldfield 2007 Pinot Noir the Gold! A fantastic very long and flavorful Pinot. Wonderful aromas of cherry, a very subtle hint of flower giving way to a nice spice enticing you to taste. The cherry flavors are wonderfully big and juicy and the spice also comes through as an excellent compliment to the fresh, deep, long-lasting cherry. A gorgeous ruby red color and an excellent wine. I'll be getting more of this one!
This is a terrific wine. Very tasty.
Notes on the Dutton-Goldfield Mcdougall Vineyard Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2005 : PINOT REPORT REVIEW: 94 POINTS Medium ruby color; deep, complex red cherry aromas with lots of spicy notes; ripe and deep, with red cherry, spice and some forest floor flavors; sweet oak; great structure and balance; long finish. Deep and complex, this Pinot would really sing with a mushroom chicken or pork dish. 132 cases made.WINE ENTHUSIAST REVIEW: 92 POINTS From the translucent, see-through ruby color to the intricate cola, cherry and toasted coconut flavors, this delicately powerful in a Burundian way. Fells silky and light-bodied in the mouth, but there's nothing scanty about the wine's powerful intensity of fruit, spice and oak. Best now and for a couple of years. Wine Enthusiast August 2007 S.H.NVWE NOTES: Powerfully constructed, young and slow to unfold, this brilliant Pinot needs airing to fully reveal its class and distinctive personality. It is a wine with deep secrets, offering a gutsy, but surprisingly harmonious mix of dark cherry, boysenberry, dried orange, dry red rose, powdered sumac, leather, smoke, and minerals. A similar impression of masculine power, savory spice and lovely fruitiness graces the mid-palate and the extremely long finish. Certain to improve for at least five more years and probably eight or ten, it is a wine worth the wait. In the near-term, if opened in the afternoon, it can already provide great pleasure at dinner time.DUTTON-GOLDFIELD MCDOUGALL VINEYARD PINOT NOIR SONOMA COAST 2005
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