Healdsburg Ranches

2011 Appellation Series Pinot Noir Russian River Valley

Pinot Noir •Floodgate Vineyard

California: Sonoma County: Russian River Valley

Offer Expired:May 10, 2013 at 11:59 pm

Mission Briefing


The Floodplain

We are thrilled, today, to bring you another fantastic wine for our latest Buy One - Get One event! Today’s delicious and affordable Pinot Noir is made even more palatable with today’s BOGO offering. For every bottle that you purchase at $24.99, you can buy another one at just $0.07.

A bright, lively, approachable Pinot Noir, today’s Healdsburg Ranches 2011 Appellation Series Russian River Pinot Noir delivers a very full drinking experience. Delicious, elegant and very food friendly, this Pinot Noir can be enjoyed all on its own, or with a wide variety of foods.

Impressive, especially at the wine’s regular price, this offering is an incredible value at today’s Buy One - Get One price. This Pinot Noir is silky and very smooth, with flavors that cover the entire palate, leaving no corner of the mouth untouched by the wine’s delicious flavors.

If you love great Pinot Noir, and you crave a great deal, this wine will surely satisfy!

Tasting Profile


A dark ruby core fades to fine pink edges. After swirling, the wine settles quickly in the glass.


Dark and brooding with dried cherry, dried cranberry, dried leather, raisin, dried dark rose petal, and young alpine strawberry.


Silky and juicy, with broad flavors of Bing cherry, pomegranate, dried unsweetened strawberry, bittersweet baker’s chocolate, and a hint of tobacco leaf.


Very broad, with flavors that coat the palate. Bold tannin drives flavors to the far corners of the mouth and a very gradual dryness settles in.


Easy to pair, we’d recommend this wine with a pork tenderloin drizzled with a red wine sauce with currants.

What the Winery Says

Russian River Valley
Pinot Noir
French Oak
October 2012

About the Winery

Offer Expired:May 10, 2013 at 11:59 pm
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