Top ten wines in the US Press

19th June, 2014 by Richard Ross

 Edna Valley Vineyard Pinot Noir, Central Coast 2012

EdnaValleyWriting in The Detroit News, Sandra Silfven looks to Edna Valley Vineyard, bought by E & J Gallo in 2011. She believes the wines remain impressive, “especially for the price”.

Twenty dollars is the suggested retail price. Bet you can find it for less, and if you do, snap it up. It’s a great buy: Flavors are intense cherry, blackberry, vanilla, dark chocolate infused with spicy oak. On the palate, the texture is creamy, flavors are intense, acidity is firm, tannins are like silk. It’s an A-plus Pinot Noir.”

Price: $20 or less                                  

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