Coleman Nicole

2010 Roman's Lot II Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

California: Monterey County: Santa Lucia Highlands

Offer Expired:Dec 05, 2012 at 11:59 pm
$20.00
Avg. Price

Mission Briefing

Codename:

Roman Holiday

Today’s wine will sell out

This magnificent 2010 Roman’s Lot Santa Lucia Pinot is an absolute steal, dear Operative. We got our hands on every last bottle and at this very low price we encourage you to make your purchase - before it is too late.

This gem of a wine is such an extraordinary value and our tasting panel went absolutely bonkers for it. A little shy, at first, it just takes a little bit of swirling to get the wine to really spring to life. When it does open up, it reveals a plethora of sweet, bright, lush flavors. Characteristic of the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA, aromatics are through the roof.

We really can’t get over how underpriced this wine is. Even the glass is expensive, giving the wine a grandios air.

Pair this food friendly wine for best results and parent with a lovely game bird or pork tenderloin in a Bing cherry reduction sauce.

Tasting Profile

Look:

Lovely dark ruby red with even coloration from core to edge. Clean and clear, this wine shows off thin, slow-moving legs when swirled.

Smell:

Initial aromas of saddle leather, fresh bread, and black cherry. After opening up the wine softens, revealing earth, green tobacco leaf, orange blossom, forest floor, violet, black cherry and braised plum.

Taste:

Dried cherry, black cherry, dried cranberry and India black tea lead the way, with concentration and depth. After the wine opens, it adds dried fall leaves, earthy bramble and soft spice.

Finish:

Smoky and softly dry, with earl grey tea and subtle leather. Flavors linger longest on the mid-palate.

Pairing:

Pair this food friendly wine with a lovely game bird or pork tenderloin in a Bing cherry reduction sauce.

What the Winery Says

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Dec 05, 2012 at 11:59 pm
$20.00
Avg. Price
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