Red fruit on the nose, soft, juicy and light-bodied on the palate, this wine tastes more like a Louis Jadot Burgandy than a West Cost Pinot. A perfectly good quaff for a relaxing evening.
I just tried Folk Machine and I think it's very good for a CA Pinot.
External Reviews for Folk Machine Pinot Noir Central Coast
The 2008 Central Coast Pinot Noir is our fourth bottling of this wine. The 08 is 95% a blend of 3 Monterey County vineyards and 5% fruit from the Vecino Vineyard in Potter Valley. About 80% of the final wine is Pommard Clone. The remaining 20% is 777, 115, and 667. The wine was aged in primarily neutral oak to leave the fruit and freshness of the wine intact. Overall, like many of our wines, this Pinot Noir is intented to be balanced and drinkable. It is not heavily extracted, largely structured, big oaked, alcoholic, or sweet.
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