Williams-Selyem’s 2001 Pinot Noir Ferrington Vineyard exhibits a lovely nose of raspberries and blueberries in its medium-bodied, elegant, stylish, pure personality. Wild mountain fruit characteristics are supported by a well-defined wine offering a hint of minerals, good sweetness, firm tannin, and decent acidity ... All things considered, 2001 and 2002 are the finest back-to-back vintages I have tasted from Williams-Selyem. (RP)
Good medium ruby. Wild aromas of cherry jello, game and espresso, lifted by a floral topnote. Then dense and thick in the mouth, but with high-pitched cherry jello flavor and lovely definition and brightness. This offers very good depth of fruit. Finishes with dusty tannins and spicy oak that's nicely supported by the wine's material. (ST)
Seems like a textbook Pinot from this appellation, with its jammy, forward cherry and raspberry scent enriched with mocha and hints of dried herbs and dust. It’s very big in the mouth, a sunburst of cherry flavors wrapped in fairly heavy tannins.
Pretty floral, plum and cherry aromas lead to a lean, balanced, understated style, with touches of fresh earth and mineral, showing firm tannins on the finish. (JL)
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