No tasting note given in 2008, but praise and same score for same bottling in 2007: The dark ruby-hued 2005 Pinot Noir Goldridge Vineyard reveals lovely pomegranate, plum, and sweet cherry fruit aromas, followed by flavors of sweet red and black fruits intermixed with forest floor, subtle meat juices, and loads of spice, all offered in a velvety-textured, opulent style. (RP)
As rich, as ripe and as showy as we have come to expect Tom Dehlinger's Pinots to be, this fleshy, full-bodied working will never be accused of being too delicate or lacking in weight. Smacking of jam and dried cherries, and long on vanilla-bean oak, it comes with a bit of tag-end heat, but its richness is never in question, and, when teamed up with appro-priately full-flavored foods such as slowly braised beef brisket or duck confit, it is sure to shine. *One Star*
Medium red. Intensely spicy aromas of cinnamon-accented red berries, cherry and smoky minerals; smells like it had some stems involved but Dehlinger says "nope, all de-stemmed." Fresh and lively, with tangy redcurrant and strawberry flavors, dusty tannins and a snap of minerality on the back end. Finishes with good grip and an echo of zesty red berries. This is really elegant. (ST)
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