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Wine Advocate Review Rated 92 Showing a darker, richer style, the 2012 Pinot Noir La Encantada Vineyard spent 16 months in 20% new French oak and comes from a vineyard that's located on the southwestern side of the Sta. Rita Hills. Showing impressive blackberry and black cherry-like fruit that's intermixed with notions of spring flowers, spice and earth, it has beautiful mid-palate density, a supple layered texture and plenty of length. The overall impression here is relatively forward and ready to go, so drink it over the coming 4-5 years.
Wine Tasting Notes The La Encantada Pinot Noir has a brilliant, translucent ruby color, and a pleasant, spicy nose of blackberry, tea, and orange zest. It has round mouth-filling blackberry flavors as well as long black cherry flavors, and is supported by pleasant tannin. The legs reflect excellent glycerin content. This wine should age five to seven years.