von Strasser Winery

2013 Rudy Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

California: Monterey County

Offer Expired:May 05, 2015 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Rudy Can't Fail

Operative favorite winery von Strasser serves up a big-time Pinot Noir from a top-notch Monterey County vineyard. Drink this while waiting for Rudy von Strasser’s excellent Diamond Mountain Cabernets to evolve in the cellar.

von Strasser Winery’s $100 Diamond Mountain Cabs are epic, boastful, big wines with tons of depth and character. When we first learned that Rudy made a Pinot Noir, we sent Agent Red to investigate. We’ve featured this wine once before and we sold every bottle that we had purchased. We have since gotten heaps of requests for another chance to pick up this great wine. Your requests have been answered. Agent Red purchased every last bottle. He got a great deal on the wine and he’s passing the savings on to you.

Using some of the finest fog-swept Monterey Pinot Noir grown, Rudy’s 2013 namesake Pinot is a madly tasty wine that’s worth checking out - before it runs out. Follow us into one of the sweetest spots for Pinot Noir in all of CA, where names like Talbott and Sleepy Hollow helped set the bar fairly high. Go Rudy, Go Rudy, Go, Go, Go Rudy!

Tasting Profile


Bright garnet.


Ripe red fruits and classic Monterey Pinot Noir spices - oceanic fog, woods, mushrooms, coastal berries.


Deep and juicy with lots of ripeness, but also an excellent core of acidity that frames out the fruit nicely.


The finish lasts until the next sip. Gorgeous Pinot Noir flavors linger in the olfactory and palate long after the first sip. Smooth, finely tailored, and mouthwatering.


Grilled salmon, tacos, pizza with fungi, a lamb burger… and on it goes. Serve it cool - not cold, but cool.

What the Winery Says

Rudy von Strasser
Grape Varietal
Pinot Noir
Vineyard Source
Monterey County AVA
Alchohol Content

About the Winery

Offer Expired:May 05, 2015 at 11:59 pm
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