Wine Advocate Review Rated 89 Lightly cooked cherry and salted beef stock mingle in the nose and on the firm palate of Penner-Ash's multi-sourced 2011 Pinot Noir, leading to a finishing of mouthwatering persistence in which cherry pit lends a cyanic glow and the wine's beefy, carnal side allied to a stony undertone and peat-like smokiness a surprising sense of depth for a generic bottling. This should delight through at least 2017.
Wine Tasting Notes Bing cherry, plums, and exotic spices on the nose. Framed by fine, textured tannins that lead to a creamy palate of red berries, bramble, black fruit, and dark chocolate. Balanced acidity throughout that finishes long with tobacco and wood spice.