This wine exhibits deep aromas of dark berry fruits such as boysenberry and black currants with notes of violet. Conc...Read more...
This smells a bit savage with a musky edge to the rather deep raspberry, cherry and smoldering stem core of fruit. Nicely balanced, this blends sof... Read more
Nice vegetal qualities on the nose and palate with soft, ripe fruit. Unique and perfect for light hors d'oeuvres Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Millbrook Pinot Noir
This smells a bit savage with a musky edge to the rather deep raspberry, cherry and smoldering stem core of fruit. Nicely balanced, this blends soft tannins with bright acid and swaddles it all in rather attractive wild cherry, mineral and woodsy spice tones. Very attractive in a fruity yet not fruit-driven way with a fine, tense finish that shows a bit more astringency to the tannins yet ends on a nice sour cherry note. Really very nicely done. 88pts
Made in the tradition of fine French Burgundy, including full malolactic fermentation and barrel aging in French oak.
This wine exhibits deep aromas of dark berry fruits such as boysenberry and black currants with notes of violet. Concentrated flavors of black cherry and black raspberry and supple, ripe tannins linger on the finish.
1470 cases produced.
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