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Wesmar Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast Hellenthal Vineyard 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

'Very good,' PinotFile: 14.3% alc... Full-bodied flavors of blackberries and black plum sauce with a note of loamy earth. Structurally sound with balanced firm tannins. Almost creamy on the palate with impressive length on the fruit-driven finish. This wine has a long way to go before it reveals itself. Decant if you must drink now. Tasted the following day from a previously opened and re-corked bottle, the wine was much more aromatic and appealing. (1/14/13)

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WesMar Winery:
WesMar Winery is a result of the combined efforts of Kirk Wesley Hubbard and wife Denise Mary Selyem and of course dog Zoey. We learned about wine making and the wine business from working with Ed Selyem, Denise’s father at Williams & Selyem Winery, for several years in the mid to late 1990’s. In 2000 we left Williams & Selyem Winery and started our own winery, WesMar Winery. In March 2000, we... Read more
WesMar Winery is a result of the combined efforts of Kirk Wesley Hubbard and wife Denise Mary Selyem and of course dog Zoey. We learned about wine making and the wine business from working with Ed Selyem, Denise’s father at Williams & Selyem Winery, for several years in the mid to late 1990’s. In 2000 we left Williams & Selyem Winery and started our own winery, WesMar Winery. In March 2000, we began to restore part of an old apple processing warehouse in Sebastopol, CA. This is now the home of our winery, where we carry out all phases of winemaking. We love working with a local agricultural product and seeing this raw product to its final stage, wine. We enjoy the relationships fostered between grape growers, suppliers, customers and ourselves. We relish being business owners, and working together in all facets of our wine endeavor to make wine for everyone’s enjoyment! Read less

'Very good,' PinotFile: 14.3% alc... Full-bodied flavors of blackberries and black plum sauce with a note of loamy earth. Structurally sound with balanced firm tannins. Almost creamy on the palate with impressive length on the fruit-driven finish. This wine has a long way to go before it reveals itself. Decant if you must drink now. Tasted the following day from a previously opened and re-corked bottle, the wine was much more aromatic and appealing. (1/14/13)

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