Compared with the generally more delicate offerings from this producer, Bucher is always a standout. It's a raunchy, earthy barnyard expression of rustic cheese rind and dark cherry that symbolizes its origins in outstanding ways. Lively acidity keeps it fresh in the glass, while cardamon, rosemary and Asian spice provide the intrigue. (VB)
Here the fruit profile is similar to that of the Allen though the spice and floral elements are notably less prominent. There is good underlying tension and detail to the delicious and once again sleek middle weight flavors that display a very subtle hint of bitter cherry on the dry-in-the-best-sense finale.
Once again, the Pinot Noir Bucher Vineyard is one of the most distinctive wines in the range. Game, iron and a host of feral/savory notes take center stage, while the fruit is pushed more into the background. There is good depth to the fruit, but also a certain rusticity that is impossible to fully escape. The Bucher is the most animal of Williams Selyem's 2013 Pinots. (AG)
The 2013 Pinot Noir Bucher Vineyard displays good, tart sweet and sour cherry, some strawberry and currant. It is medium-bodied, pleasant, and best drunk over the next 7-8 years. (RP)
Delivers an intense mix of blueberry, wild berry, anise and toasty oak notes in a direct manner, supported by firm, earthy tannins that offer a nice hint of what lies ahead. Drink now through 2021. (JL, Web Only-2016)
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