Copeland Creek 2002 Pinot Noir
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Sonoma Coast
Sonoma Coast AVA
First Team All-American 2005 — PinotFile Review
Gold Medal — Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Exceptional — Dan Berger's Wine Review
92 Points — The Pinot Report
 
Appellation
Petaluma Gap, Sonoma Coast AVA
Cases Produced
448
Alcohol
13.5%
Sweetness Level
Dry
Diet Friendly
Low carb, Low sugar, Paleo, Keto


The Copeland Creek 2002 Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast is one of those rare wines that impressively announces its presence with the very first sip. "This Pinot is great when you pull the cork, and equally fine an hour or two later (always a sign of quality and balance)," raves the internet-based Pinotfile who selected the wine to its First Team All-Americans 2005 (as one of the best 11 Pinot Noirs out of 800 tasted). "The wine has all of the features that we have come to associate with Pinot Noir but it is the magic Chambolle-like spice in the aftertaste that is so appealing. I have never tasted anything quite like it from California."

This outstanding Pinot earned a Gold Medal at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair, plus an Exceptional rating in national wine critic, Dan Berger's Vintage Experiences- "Classy aroma of herbs (like wild thyme), dried cherry and superb complexity with fruit like classic Volnay." An impressive 92 Points from The Pinot Report, caps off the wine's most recent awards- "Medium ruby purple color; deep, spicy with lots of red cherry and pepper aromas; rich plum and cherry flavors with spice and pepper notes, sweet oak, lingering finish. A very nicely balanced and elegant Pinot."

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