Another triumph of fine winemaking, this appellation wine is leathery and full bodied, wild and savory in tea, strawberry hull and rocky earth. It shines in subtle acidity and plenty of structure, with ample body to support its angular temptations. (VB)
In truth, the differences among William Selyem's latest batch of very attractive Pinots are small, and the winery stamp of clearly defined varietal fruit is found on them all, yet each has subtle personality traits of their own. This one is slightly more supple in feel and leads with a touch of glyceriny roundness, and its juicy, black cherry flavors tease with a bit of frontal richness yet, in the end, it is structure as much as obvious fruit that is its most memorable trait. It can be enjoyed now but will show much more later.
The 2014 2014 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast) is arguably the most structured and nuanced of these four appellation-level Pinots. Crushed flowers, herbs, succulent red cherries, menthol and rose petal are all nicely delineated in the glass. The 2014 is a bit reticent, but it is gorgeous. (AG)
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