Top 10 wines in the US press

Artesa Pinot Noir 2012, Carneros

Artesa Pinot Noir 2012This wine was recommended by Dennis Sodomka in the Augusta Chronicle. He wrote: “This is a beautiful, lush wine, loaded with bright red fruit flavours, especially strawberry and cherry, with hints of caramel. The Artesa is medium bodied, with a long, smooth finish. Though it has a great deal of ripe fruit flavours, it is not a flabby wine. The pleasant acidity gives it a good backbone.”

2 Responses to “Top 10 wines in the US press”

  1. robert crandall says:

    very much in the style that won the 1976 paris judgement? Pick up a book every once and awhile and learn that the block of grapes and the winemaker do not belong to ch. montelena and have not since 1976!!!

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