While this Pinot isn’t in the same league as the winery’s 2011 Precious Mountain or Allen vineyard wines, it’s a gorgeous wine nonetheless. With moderate alcohol and vibrant acidity, it offers complex layers of cherries, raspberries, cola, sandalwood and exotic spices. You won’t be disappointed if you hold it until 2019. *Cellar Selection* (VB)
Dried flowers, wild herbs, rose petals, cherries and hard candy flesh out in the 2011 Pinot Noir Williams Selyem Estate Vineyard. Inviting and beautifully layered in the glass, the 2011 impresses for its poise, balance and translucence. There is enough density and vibrancy to support at least several years in the cellar, but I wouldn't push my luck too far. (AG)
The attractive 2011 Pinot Noir Estate reveals notes of forest floor, plums, black cherries and earth in its medium-bodied personality. There is just enough acidity for freshness and vibrancy, but it is neither aggressive nor intrusive. (RP)
Bright ruby. Powerfully scented aromas of cherry-cola, black raspberry and potpourri, with exotic Asian spice nuances building in the glass. Youthfully wound up on entry, with slow-to-open red and dark berry liqueur flavors and subtle black pepper and floral pastille qualities. Fleshier on the finish, which features silky tannins and a late jolt of candied licorice. (ST)
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