VOLUME 9, ISSUE 38
February 22, 2014
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Williams Selyem Estate Vineyard: A Description & Vertical Tasting Tasting Aged Williams Selyem Pinot Noir: Bottled Surprises Pinot Noir “Clone 95”: Dick Erath Revives an Old Treasure Failla Wines Sips of Recently Tasted Wines Hearty Burgundy Celebrates 50 Years Tasting Rooms Threatening to Overtax Healdsburg and Sonoma Pinot Briefs
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A Rosé of Pinot Noir is produced from each of the company's Russian River Valley vineyards: Umino Vineyard south of Sebastopol, the Dutton's Thomas Road Vineyard in Green Valley, and the Tobias Glen Vineyard in northwestern Russian River Valley. A saignee.
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2011 Origine Russian River Valley Rosé of Pinot Noir
13.0% alc., $12, screw cap. Sourced from 3 vineyards. Slow, cold fermentation. Aged on the lees for 2 months and bottled young. · Moderate pink-orange color in the glass. Aromas of fresh strawberries, red raspberries and watermelon leap out of the glass upon opening. Discreet richness with flavors of strawberry, raspberry and red grapefruit with a hint of cherry vanilla. Fresh and spirited. Good (+). Reviewed June 24, 2012 ARTICLE »
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