2010 Calera Pinot Noir Reed Vineyard

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WA 93
  • WE 92
  • IWC 92

Reviews for 2010 Calera Pinot Noir Reed Vineyard

WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, August 2013
The 2010 Pinot Noir Reed Vineyard, which was harvested from November 6th through November 11th, offers up loads of underbrush and sweet spice to go with medium-bodied, elegant and textured palate that shares the same... The 2010 Pinot Noir Reed Vineyard, which was harvested from November 6th through November 11th, offers up loads of underbrush and sweet spice to go with medium-bodied, elegant and textured palate that shares the same integration and balance of all of this estate’s wines. A beautiful bottle of wine, with a weightless feel and building tannin, it should be enjoyed over the coming decade. Drink now-2023. - Jeb Dunnuck
WE 92
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, July 2013
As usual, this is one of Calera’s lightest bottlings, in both color and texture. It’s deceptively simple, showing softened cola and raspberry jam flavors that finish impressively long and spicy. It would be a mistake to... As usual, this is one of Calera’s lightest bottlings, in both color and texture. It’s deceptively simple, showing softened cola and raspberry jam flavors that finish impressively long and spicy. It would be a mistake to dismiss it for early drinking. Give it a good six years in the cellar, and it could be stunning in 2020.
IWC 92
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, November 2013
Vivid red. Zesty redcurrant and cherry aromas are complicated by pungent herbs and dried rose. Spicy and precise, with very good lift and cut to its bitter cherry and red berry compote flavors. Finishes smooth and... Vivid red. Zesty redcurrant and cherry aromas are complicated by pungent herbs and dried rose. Spicy and precise, with very good lift and cut to its bitter cherry and red berry compote flavors. Finishes smooth and gently sweet, with supple tannins shaping the clinging finish. This pinot fills out very nicely with aeration, suggesting that it's a strong cellar candidate. - Josh Raynolds