The 2016 Pinot Noir from Bishop’s Peak, Brian Talley’s entry-level range, delivers the goods for a great price. From a superb vintage, it’s balanced and energetic, deftly playing ripeness off of finesse and showing pure red fruit and floral character, seamless texture and spicy persistence. (JR)
An all-around lighter, slightly quiescent look at Pinot that begins with a fairly fragrant nose of fresh cherries, flowers and a dusting of dried herbs, this mid-sized offering is pleasantly rounded in feel and sits easily on the palate. It is not a big-impact wine by any means, but neither is it thin or overly timid, and it is well suited to matching with milder fare running from poached salmon to lightly seasoned poultry.
Moving to the two Bishop’s Peak releases, the 2016 Bishop's Peak Pinot Noir is a medium ruby-hued effort that has plenty of bright, juicy red fruits and floral aromas, medium-bodied richness, bright acidity, and solid balance. It’s a total charmer as well as a good value.
Dried sage, bay leaf and thyme play against red cherry, raspberry and white pepper on the nose of this affordably priced twist-top bottling from the Talleys. Crushed carnations and tart cranberry flavors meet with orange rind on the palate. (MK)
Red currant flavors join nectarine notes in this very crisp version. Spiced cherry accents on the finish. Drink now. (KM, Web Only-2019)
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