Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Schug
Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Schug

Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml

Vendor: Schug
$22.99
$22.99
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91
Tasting Panel: 93 Points

Woodsy and earthy, with a seamless mouthfeel. Cocoa powder dusts soil, tobacco, and dark cherry on the palate before the finish of spiced cedar.

Wine Enthusiast: 93 Points

Well-structured, this textural and delicious wine fills the mouth with grippy tannins, snappy raspberries, black tea and rhubarb. Although not too deep in color, it has a full body and lots of flavor impact. Plus, the wine is available in quantity at an affordable price. Pair with braised lamb shanks or mushroom risotto. Editors' Choice

James Suckling: 91 Points

Fragrant nose of cherries, smoke, dried strawberries and mocha. It’s spicy and fleshy, with a medium to full body and fine, toasty tannins.

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This 100% Pinot Noir cuvée reflects the cool and windy microclimate of the Sonoma Coast AVA. The climate and terroir here provide ideal conditions for low yields (equating to more flavor intensity) and longer hangtimes (allowing Pinot Noir grapes to reach maturity while retaining their natural acidity and preserving the bright flavors of red cherries and raspberries). Schug ensures the elegant expression in this Pinot Noir by aging in large neutral oak casks, stainless steel, and older French oak barrels to keep new oak flavors to a minimum. Lively acidity on the finish makes it an ideal accompaniment to grilled fish and fowl or barbecued meats.
Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Schug

Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml

$22.99

Schug Sonoma Pinot Noir 750ml

$22.99
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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a red wine grape variety that is widely considered one of the most challenging and finicky to grow. It is known for producing elegant, aromatic wines with flavors and aromas that can include red berries, cherry, floral notes, and earthy undertones. Pinot Noir is often associated with regions like Burgundy in France, where it reaches its pinnacle, producing some of the world's most sought-after and expensive wines.

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