The 2014 Pinot Noir Chenoweth Ranch is a Russian River cuvée of 1,284 cases. This sees a lot more new oak, at 70%, and a slightly higher percentage of whole-clusters/stems (15%). The Chenoweth Vineyard, which is seven acres in the cool, Green Valley, has produced a wine that displays a deep ruby/purple color, loads of raspberry and black cherry fruit, a hint of cola, baking spices and loamy soil undertones. The wine is lovely, medium to full-bodied, rich and complex. Look for it to drink well for up to a decade. (RP)
This lovely, memorable wine from a fantastically farmed site is grippy in cherry and pomegranate with a backbone of integrated oak. Crunchy in texture, it shines in floral aromatics and a balanced body weight that's fruity and complex. (VB)
This is plush and polished, with fine French oak (about two-thirds new) lending an almost floral overtone of peony to the black and red cherry fruit on the nose. The palate is full and juicy, with ripe but fresh cherry, rich yet toned. Beautifully balanced. (AK)
Fruit-forward style with lots of plum and berry character. A citrus undertone. Full body, integrated tannins and a focused and energetic finish. Drink or hold.
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