Wyatt Pinot Noir St. Helena 2007

Winemaker's Notes:

[89 pts Robert Parker] It is virtually impossible to find a high-quality Pinot Noir that actually tastes like Pinot Noir for under $25 but Wyatt accessed a blend of fruit mostly from Carneros with the rest from the Sonoma Coast Russian River Sonoma County Mendocino and even the Central Coast. This wine is a real winner tasting like a delicious Cotes de Beaune. Earthy ripe currant strawberry and spicy notes jump from the glass of this Pinot with a very fragrant sensual style. Medium-bodied with decent acidity ripe tannin and a nice plush mouthfeel this is a rather remarkable wine value for a Pinot Noir which is always a fickle grape as well as expensive to produce. Drink it over the next 2-3 years and buy it by the case.

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Snooth User: solomania9
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3.50 5
02/12/2009

Full-bodied and peppery for a pinot. Not what I was expecting. But extremely enjoyable.


Snooth User: drsint
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3.50 5
12/10/2009

Three and a half glasses


External Reviews for Wyatt Pinot Noir St. Helena

External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
02/25/2009

Winemaker notes:Wyatt is a Polaner Selections custom label that was born from the idea that delicious, mouth-filling wines can be hand-crafted at reasonable prices. Working with several winemakers in California, we make our blends using declassified wine that often sells at a much higher price under other labels. The result: a great value and lots of character for the money.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/31/2008

A wonderfully lush, fruit-driven Pinot Noir, full and round on the palate and finishing well. It drinks well on its own and is easy to match with meat, chicken, and even some fish dishes.



[89 pts Robert Parker] It is virtually impossible to find a high-quality Pinot Noir that actually tastes like Pinot Noir for under $25 but Wyatt accessed a blend of fruit mostly from Carneros with the rest from the Sonoma Coast Russian River Sonoma County Mendocino and even the Central Coast. This wine is a real winner tasting like a delicious Cotes de Beaune. Earthy ripe currant strawberry and spicy notes jump from the glass of this Pinot with a very fragrant sensual style. Medium-bodied with decent acidity ripe tannin and a nice plush mouthfeel this is a rather remarkable wine value for a Pinot Noir which is always a fickle grape as well as expensive to produce. Drink it over the next 2-3 years and buy it by the case.

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