Lucky Star Pinot Noir 2009
Our Winemaker selected grapes from vineyards across California’s best growing regions for Pinot Noir. In these regions, warm sunny days are moderated by cooling influences, allowing the grapes longer time to mature on the vine. Our vineyard sources range from Sonoma County and Napa Valley to the Sacramento River Delta. Grapes harvested from a variety of vineyards and growing regions provide unique flavor components that together create a balanced, complex and harmonious wine.
Love this Pino! Nice and light.
Not terribly memorable, but a decent Pinot with good fruit.
Very mild flavors. Excellent blend of berry tastes.
Good red fruits and easy to drink. Nice wine for the price.
Bright cherry and delicious
Fruits and chocolate; nice backbone of tannins/acidity/whatever. Great pinot with some backbone.
External Reviews for Lucky Star Pinot Noir
The wine boasts aromas and flavors of cranberry and ripe raspberry with a hint of toastiness and a crisp yet silky finish.
Food Pairings for Lucky Star Pinot Noir
Ripe red raspberry and cherry aromas carry through to the palate, balanced by a crisp yet silky finish. The wine pairs well with grilled chicken, Fusilli pasta tossed with extra virgin olive oil, fresh tomato and herbs or a rustic wood oven-fired pizza with wild mushrooms and Taleggio cheese.
|Alcohol: 13.5%||pH: 3.70|
|Total Acidity: 0.56 grams per liter|
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