Churchill Cellars

2012 Burke Vineyards Sonoma County Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir •Burke Family Vineyard

California: Sonoma County

Offer Expired:Aug 23, 2017 at 11:59 pm
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This delicious wine is highly recommended and extremely limited, so make your purchase quickly before someone else buys your bottles!


Here’s what the wine press has to say:

92 points - Connoiseur’s Guide to Callifornia Wine - “Sonoma County. Mild, but abundant sweet oak puts a creamy edge to the nicely ripened, very precise, wonderfully persistent fruit of this handsome young Pinot and, while the wine is light on its feet and not at all beholden to ripeness, it conveys plenty of richness and depth right from the first.

It is supple and very well-balanced with trim acidity and a long, lively finish, and its uncommon sense of polish and charm is bound to tempt drinking before it has had the chance to age into its delectable best some four or five years down the line.”


Exceptional - Dan Berger, wine writer - “Faintly rustic nose with black cherry and mid-palate weight. Plum-y finish; a bit riper than I usually like, but a lot of depth. Better in 2-4 more years. Excellent wine from Anthony Austin.


Virginie Boone, Wine Enthusiast - “Silky in high-toned flavors of red cherry, this is light and enjoyable. A memorable jolt of acidity on the finish nicely ties things up and gives the wine a mouthwatering quality.”

What the Winery Says

Anthony Austin
Pinot Noir
Sonoma County

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Aug 23, 2017 at 11:59 pm
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