2013 Pinot Noir
Rickshaw Pinot Noir delivers $35+ Pinot Noir character on a Monday night (or wedding!) budget. The first sniff and sip make its foggy origins abundantly clear. In fact, small Sonoma Coast vineyards make up 75% of the blend, which is the secret to its magical taste.
Whether you are stocking up for the end of winter, gearing up for spring, thinking about a big party on the calendar, or just love California Pinot Noir, Rickshaw’s killer 2013 is a strong option at a reasonable price.
Red fruits, black tea, graham cracker crumbs, cocoa dust.
Strawberry and black cherry with signature Pinot Noir seasonings of tea and autumn forest floor. It’s juicy and bright, but well-stuffed with ripe flavor.
Vibrant and velvety smooth. What a great balance of freshness and polish.
There are many simple and perfect partners. Grilled salmon, a roasted chicken, take-out Vietnamese meat skewers, or a mushroom pizza, to name a few.
What the Winery Says
- Noah Dorrance
- Sonoma Coast
- Pinot Noir
- Sonoma Coast, Freestone, Anderson Valley, and Central Coast
- 10 months
- a combination of new (10%), once used (15%), and neutral (75%) French Oak barrels.