Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir les Oliviers 2009

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Distinctive Pinot aromas. Soft well-balanced enjoyable tannins and slightly jammy. It is loaded with bright cherry fr...

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Englewood, NJ (2,500 mi)
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750ml
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As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in th... Read more

As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in th... Read more

As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in th... Read more

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Snooth User: KrisChislett
623796374
4.00 5
10/04/2011

As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in the “New World”, with the bright red cherry and raspberry shining through, in a nice balance to a savory component. The other (foot being in France) shows earthy, forest floor and leathery notes; but they aren’t so overwhelming as to alienate someone looking to step gently into French Pinot from who usually drinks Californian. The Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir remains light-bodied, fruit-forward and gentle on the tannins.


Snooth User: KrisChislett
623796374
4.00 5
10/04/2011

As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in the “New World”, with the bright red cherry and raspberry shining through, in a nice balance to a savory component. The other (foot being in France) shows earthy, forest floor and leathery notes; but they aren’t so overwhelming as to alienate someone looking to step gently into French Pinot from who usually drinks Californian. The Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir remains light-bodied, fruit-forward and gentle on the tannins.


Snooth User: KrisChislett
623796374
4.00 5
10/04/2011

As far as the taste, the Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir is…….well……..not as “French” as I would have expected. It definitely has at least one foot in the “New World”, with the bright red cherry and raspberry shining through, in a nice balance to a savory component. The other (foot being in France) shows earthy, forest floor and leathery notes; but they aren’t so overwhelming as to alienate someone looking to step gently into French Pinot from who usually drinks Californian. The Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir remains light-bodied, fruit-forward and gentle on the tannins.


Winemaker's Notes:

Distinctive Pinot aromas. Soft well-balanced enjoyable tannins and slightly jammy. It is loaded with bright cherry fruit and finishes smooth.

Distinctive Pinot aromas. Soft well-balanced enjoyable tannins and slightly jammy. It is loaded with bright cherry fruit and finishes smooth.

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