Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Castle Rock Pinot Noir 2007 wine review by (PB)
Made from *Mendocino grapes this wine is a young purple with solid Pinot aromas with a slightly stinky Pinot nose and a Grenache-like cherry presence.
Palate--Sweet presence of fruity cherry and quite well made finishing nicely.
At the $12 price point, this is a wine worth picking up and a decent value so raise a glass.
*Castle Rock sources their grapes from various locales and states the locale on the label so pay attention to all the information available to you when buying wine.
Posted by PB at 5:16 PM