For many wineries, this would be their top Pinot. For Rochioli, it’s their basic bottling. Shows ripe cherry pie, root beer, cola, tea, spice and what Michael Broadbent used to call beetroot flavors, yet is delicate and silky, almost weightless.
The lush, opulent, full-bodied 2004 Pinot Noir Estate reveals dense plum, sweet cherry, and pomegranate characteristics interwoven with spice box. (RP)
A classy effort, well-structured and easy-drinking, with complex black cherry, vanilla, currant and forest floor notes. The tannins on the finish are firm and tight, letting the fruit shine through on the finish. (JL)
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