2014 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Coast
Today’s Roth Estate 2014 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir is a velvet-smooth, fruit-driven wine that we’re absolutely loco over! This delicious wine is a Super QPR wine that drinks way above its price class.
This 2014 is ready to drink now, but feel free to lay a few bottles down for the next few years.
Extraordinarily fragrant, with balanced, bold aromas of black cherry, spice, plum, raspberry, Alpine strawberry, toasty cedar, dried mushroom and bramble.
Every bit as expressive on the palate as that great nose suggests, this wine leads with flavors of grilled black cherry, strawberry, raspberry juice and red currant, then bramble, toasty cedar, sherry, dried mushroom and subtle spice.
Quantity on this wine is pretty limited, and we are likely to sell out, so don’t dally!
Dark garnet through and through, with light pink at the edges of the wine.
Black cherry, spice, plum, raspberry, Alpine strawberry, toasty cedar, dried mushroom and bramble.
Grilled black cherry, strawberry, raspberry juice, red currant, bramble, toasty cedar, sherry, dried mushroom and subtle spice.
Silky smooth on entry, then gradually grippy as fine, integrated tannins add a bit of grip at the edges of the palate.
Enjoy this brilliant wine with everything from roast fowl, to grilled salmon to a cherry glazed pork loin.
What the Winery Says
- Leslie Renaud
- Pinot Noir
- Sonoma Coast
- Harvest Date
- September 5th to 8th, 2014
- 6.2 g/L
- 18 months Sur Lie
- 30% new French and American oak
- 6,175 cases