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Kazmer and Blaise Pinot Noir Carneros Primo's Hill 2009

External Review by We Speak Wine:

A terrific Pinot Noir, from a winery compiling a serious track record. Grown on the Napa side of Carneros, the wine shows classic Primo's Hill character, with the blackberry pie, cola, mushu plum and sandalwood flavors accented by a little more acidity than usual. Defined by elegance and complexity, it's an ager, although it's beautiful now right out of the bottle. Should easily develop through 2015. - S.H. Delivers a tight, focused beam of dried berry, roasted herb, sage and black cherry flavors that toe a tight line from start to finish, ending with an aftertaste of berry and crushed rock. Drink now through 2019. 153 cases made. -JL The 2009 Pinot Noir Primo's Hill shows more depth and richness in its fruit, but less aromatic nuance than the 2008. It should age well for a number of years based on the sheer depth of its fruit. Floral, spiced notes round out the radiant finish. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2017. ** SOLD OUT **

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External Reviews for Kazmer and Blaise Pinot Noir Carneros Primo's Hill

External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
04/06/2013

A terrific Pinot Noir, from a winery compiling a serious track record. Grown on the Napa side of Carneros, the wine shows classic Primo's Hill character, with the blackberry pie, cola, mushu plum and sandalwood flavors accented by a little more acidity than usual. Defined by elegance and complexity, it's an ager, although it's beautiful now right out of the bottle. Should easily develop through 2015. - S.H. Delivers a tight, focused beam of dried berry, roasted herb, sage and black cherry flavors that toe a tight line from start to finish, ending with an aftertaste of berry and crushed rock. Drink now through 2019. 153 cases made. -JL The 2009 Pinot Noir Primo's Hill shows more depth and richness in its fruit, but less aromatic nuance than the 2008. It should age well for a number of years based on the sheer depth of its fruit. Floral, spiced notes round out the radiant finish. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2017. ** SOLD OUT **




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