SOLD OUTNoria 2017 Pinot Noir
Featured in our Pinot Noir Wine of the Month Club
- Russian River Valley AVA
- Double Gold Medal — SF Chronicle Wine Competition
- Double Gold Medal — American Fine Wine Competition
- Michael Valentine Vineyard, Freestone, Russian River Valley AVA
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Cases Produced
The Noria 2017 Pinot Noir comes from the coveted Michael Valentine Vineyard in the Freestone sub-appellation of the Russian River Valley. This premium fruit has been beautifully made into a pure and delicate yet impressively complex Pinot Noir that is stylish, vibrant and silky, all at the same time. On the nose, intense aromas of raspberry, violet, dark cherry, rose petal, cedar, white pepper and caramel all blend together, while a refreshing red berry flavor quickly expands on the palate and melts into a long finish with hints of sweet oak and spice.
Handcrafted, small-lot wines from prestigious vineyards in Napa and Sonoma Counties, Noria Wines are made by award-winning winemaker Nori Nakamura and are inspired by the delicate nature of Japanese cuisine.
Founded in 2010 by Japan-native, Nori Nakamura, Noria Wines was create ...Read more...
Coffee & Spice-rubbed Lamb with Coffee-Vanilla Sauce
The coffee aromas and flavors bring a heightened taste to the barrel aged Pinot Noir from your latest shipment from Gold Medal Wine Club.View Recipe
Salmon with Lentils
Pair this delicious and nutritious salmon dish with a Pinot Noir from your last wine subscription box!View Recipe
Creamy Mushroom Soup
A creamy and delicious mushroom soup! Pair it with a glass of Pinot Noir from your recent monthly wine club delivery.View Recipe
Baked Brie with Figs, Walnuts & Ancho-Chili Honey
Indulge in this appetizer of baked brie with figs and nuts. Make sure to pair it with a Pinot Noir from your wine club subscription!View Recipe
Gnocchi with Blue Cheese & Frizzled Prosciutto
An amazingly delicious and comforting dish of gnocchi with blue cheese and prosciutto. Pair this with a glass of Pinot Noir from your monthly wine delivery!View Recipe