Cosentino 2007 Pinot Noir PINOT
2007 Pinot Noir
- Napa Valley AVA
- Gold Wine Club Selection
- Special Selection — Gold Medal Wine Club
- 100% Pinot Noir
- 20 months in oak
- Cases Produced
- Enjoy Until
Cosentino’s 2007 “PINOT” Pinot Noir relies most heavily on grapes from a unique vineyard discovery in a cool area in Solano County. This up-and coming North Coast appellation is turning out beautifully complex fruit and earning a reputation for growing, producing, and selling premium, award-winning wines – a fact that is quickly luring the attention of a number of northern California’s top-notch producers.
The Cosentino 2007 “PINOT” Pinot Noir has an enticingly fragrant nose of cherries, minerals and spice notes that compliments the rich, yet tart fruit flavors of warm red cherries, plums, a touch of vanilla, and a hint of baking spice. This full-bodied wine has a smooth, velvety texture that asks to be paired with creamy mushroom risottos, roasted pork tenderloin, and even heartier plates such as rack of lamb with potatoes.
A Gold Medal Special Selection, the Cosentino 2007 “PINOT” Pinot Noir has such limited distribution (it’s even sold out at the winery!) that it was not sent out for review – but the wine’s elegance, sophistication, and alluring flavors allow it to easily speak for itself. A beautiful wine! Aged 20 months in oak barrels. 100% Pinot Noir. Enjoy now until 2014.