Kosta Browne Pinot Noir Gap's Crown Pre-Sale 2011

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94 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If tilting a touch more to ripeness than most of its North Coast kin, this bottling do...

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Source: The Wine Closet
07/16/2013

Kosta Browne 10 Gaps Crown Pinot Noir


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Winemaker's Notes:

94 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If tilting a touch more to ripeness than most of its North Coast kin, this bottling does not err to softness, and its big-shouldered style comes with lots of firm muscle. It is a big, well-extracted, very substantial Pinot, to be sure, with abundant flavors of raspberries and sweet cherries, and it carries a strong imprint of rich oak. Its lengthy flavors are underpinned by a firm streak of tannin, and it ends with the kind of finishing grip that predicts a very good future. (Oct 2013)

94 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If tilting a touch more to ripeness than most of its North Coast kin, this bottling does not err to softness, and its big-shouldered style comes with lots of firm muscle. It is a big, well-extracted, very substantial Pinot, to be sure, with abundant flavors of raspberries and sweet cherries, and it carries a strong imprint of rich oak. Its lengthy flavors are underpinned by a firm streak of tannin, and it ends with the kind of finishing grip that predicts a very good future. (Oct 2013)

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