Laetitia Winery Pinot Noir Arroyo Grande Valley Estate Block Q 2006
Quite good. Smooth and light. Medium ripe berries with sweet spices. Superbly balanced. What you hope for in a Pinot. Great gift wine or bring to a party. Goes with everything.Add winemaker's notes
At Laetitia, we are passionate about producing premium estate wines that showcase the distinctive qualities of the Arroyo Grande Valley. Located in Southern San Luis Obispo County, our coastal property overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Originally known for Methodé Champenoise sparkling wines, Laetitia continues to produce seven unique Sparkling Wines. Currently, we are just as well known for our handcrafted Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and more.
Quite good. Smooth and light. Medium ripe berries with sweet spices. Superbly balanced. What you hope for in a Pinot. Great gift wine or bring to a party. Goes with everything.
Bold Fruity Flavors, Rustic..It compliments a Ginger nicely.
fruit notes are cherry and pomegranate. There is a jammy swseetness, but the wine is not sweet. Good balance. There is a smoky, sweet vanilla on the palate that is balanced with a spicy clove and anise.
delicious, intense berry. well balanced.
Wonderfully smooth pinot (rare) that is full-bodied and tasty. Spicy, but rich.
Ruby color, rustic and earthy with hints of vanilla and spice. On the palate, tobacco, and early "green"plum. Medium tannin with a long finish. We preferred the 2005 vintage which was fruitier, more complex and better balanced. The 1 year of aging did wonders
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