A great introduction to their style is their largest production Pinot, the 2008 Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills. Beautiful floral, raspberry, and blueberry notes with hints of spice box and underbrush are present in this full-bodied, supple-textured, perfumed wine, which also possesses terrific purity and depth. I even liked it as much or better than some of the single vineyard wines. It can be drunk now (which is an anomaly for many of the Brewer-Clifton Pinots) but should evolve for 8-10 years. It is a stunning blend from many different vineyards in their portfolio. Drink through 2020. (RP)
Bright ruby. High-pitched, floral-accented aromas of red cherry, Asian spices and minerals. An enticingly sweet, sappy midweight, with very good lift and spice to its red berry and floral pastille flavors. Lovely pinot noir, finishing with fine-grained tannins and very good length. This is an excellent entry-level wine. (JR)
A noticeably floral nose adds nuance to the pretty and perfumed red pinot fruit that precedes the supple yet attractively detailed middle weight flavors that possess an almost delicate mouth feel, all wrapped in an ever-so-slightly bitter finish though because the phenolics seem ripe, my sense is that it will age out.
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