Simi Pinot Noir Sonoma County 2010

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A luscious, ruby hue with a bright edge, our 2010 Sonoma County Pinot Noir offers aromas of raspberry, cherry, cranbe...

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Yum. Paid $15.99 at Costco. Drinkable right after opening. Smooth. Delicious. Read more

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Snooth User: cathysmall
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Yum. Paid $15.99 at Costco. Drinkable right after opening. Smooth. Delicious.


Winemaker's Notes:

A luscious, ruby hue with a bright edge, our 2010 Sonoma County Pinot Noir offers aromas of raspberry, cherry, cranberry, gingerbread, sage, violets, and light toast followed by bright and focused red fruit notes of cherry and cranberry, along with gently lifted hints of flora and ginger. The wine is nicely structured, with firm and balanced acidity. The finish of raspberry, along with creamy, toasty oak, lingers. This wine is marvelous when paired with fried chicken, mushroom risotto, barbecued salmon—or something as simple as goat cheese.

A luscious, ruby hue with a bright edge, our 2010 Sonoma County Pinot Noir offers aromas of raspberry, cherry, cranberry, gingerbread, sage, violets, and light toast followed by bright and focused red fruit notes of cherry and cranberry, along with gently lifted hints of flora and ginger. The wine is nicely structured, with firm and balanced acidity. The finish of raspberry, along with creamy, toasty oak, lingers. This wine is marvelous when paired with fried chicken, mushroom risotto, barbecued salmon—or something as simple as goat cheese.

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