Hahn Pinot Noir 2006

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Score: N/A Tasting Notes: Deep yet bright, with a lovely ruby hue, the Hahn Estates 2007 Monterey Pinot Noir begins with zesty aromas of white and black pepper. Silky and dynamic, new flavors and textures unfold with time. This is a balanced, extremely versatile and satisfying wine. Tangy spiced fruit, backed by cool-climate acidity at the front of the palate, carries the rich mouthfeel of this wine, well into the finish. Serve with pecan-crusted mahi-mahi or to bring out the spice, try with Pad Thai.

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Hahn Estate:
The spectacular beauty of California 's central coast is probably the best-known region in all of California for its unique lifestyle. Monterey County's dramatic ocean scenery, historic communities, artistic culture, verdant pine forests, and bountiful agriculture have beckoned adventure-seekers, seafarers, artists, writers and vacationers for over 100 years. And the 99 miles of brea... Read more
The spectacular beauty of California 's central coast is probably the best-known region in all of California for its unique lifestyle. Monterey County's dramatic ocean scenery, historic communities, artistic culture, verdant pine forests, and bountiful agriculture have beckoned adventure-seekers, seafarers, artists, writers and vacationers for over 100 years. And the 99 miles of breathtaking Pacific coastline is something no other California county can boast. With an inspiration to raise Monterey wines to the highest level, the wines of Hahn Estates are created with a philosophy that all great wines are special – akin to the region they were grown in. The Hahn wines celebrate everything that is Monterey – unique in thought, style and setting. Wines of Monterey Distinction. The Smith Ranch had been a horse ranch, while the neighboring Hook Ranch had raised cattle for generations. With their prime location in the Santa Lucia Highlands overlooking the Salinas Valley, these ranches-turned-vineyards presented ideal growing conditions for growing premium varietal fruit. Smith & Hook Winery released its first vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon to high acclaim in 1980. In 1991, Nicky created the Hahn Estates brand to showcase supple, accessible, and attractively priced wines from the family's Monterey County vineyards. In German, “Hahn” means “Rooster” and for this reason a rooster embellishes the Hahn Estates label, honoring the Hahn family's European heritage. And while Smith & Hook remains the first wine produced by the Hahn family, Hahn Estates is the primary wine brand produced by the Hahns and the winery is now proudly known as “Hahn Estates / Smith & Hook Winery.” Read less

Member Reviews for Hahn Pinot Noir

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Snooth User: VegasOenophile
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3.50 5
11/18/2009

Silky and velvety. Nice, easy and well balanced pinot.


Snooth User: beactive
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4.00 5
01/19/2010

Very smooth and very fruit forward. Loved the lightness and light finish.


Snooth User: Winewant2b
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3.50 5
01/17/2010

Three and a half glasses



Score: N/A Tasting Notes: Deep yet bright, with a lovely ruby hue, the Hahn Estates 2007 Monterey Pinot Noir begins with zesty aromas of white and black pepper. Silky and dynamic, new flavors and textures unfold with time. This is a balanced, extremely versatile and satisfying wine. Tangy spiced fruit, backed by cool-climate acidity at the front of the palate, carries the rich mouthfeel of this wine, well into the finish. Serve with pecan-crusted mahi-mahi or to bring out the spice, try with Pad Thai.

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