External Reviews for Parker Station Pinot Noir
This wine has a classic flavor combination featuring dried cherries and herbs, with a bit of smoky oak. A nice, lively backbone of silky tannins supports the fruit and oak seamlessly.
From Fess Parker Winery, this nicely structured Pinot Noir has a lot going for it. Bright, candy apple red; aromas of cherry, bourbon, and spice. It balances its spicy cherry pie flavor with soft tannins and undertones of vanilla and toast. Enjoy this wine as an aperitif or with dinner.
A fuller-style Pinot Noir mdash; dark plum color in the glass with alluring vibrant aromas of red apple skins, blackberry, vanilla and cherries. Mouthfilling style suited for wine drinkers who like a heavy wine.
A well-structured Pinot that offers big, round and supple ripe cherry and raspberry flavors. A hint of leather adds interest as this wine evolves into a long, smooth finish.
The 2002 Pinot Noir Parker Station is the type of easygoing, value-priced Pinot Noir that is virtually impossible to find. Berry, herb, and earth characterize both the aromatics and the flavors of this 2002. It is designed for immediate consumption.
Medium- to full-bodied, with enticing cherry, plum and strawberry fruit flavors on the nose and palate, complemented by nuances of spice, cloves and fresh herbs and kissed with a hint of toasty oak.
Deep crimson in color, this pinot leans toward the full-bodied side, with lots of strawberries and cherries and tell-tale pinot spice and on both the nose and palate. A touch of anise and a decent helping of oak round out the finish on this new effort from the folks at Fess Parker.
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