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2011 Dutton-Goldfield Pinot Noir Freestone Hill Vineyard

  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WE95
  • W&S91
  • BH91
  • CG90
  • WS89

Reviews

WE95
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, January 2013
Everything about this Pinot screams quality. Although it will only improve with time, it’s certainly enjoyable now for its raspberry, cherry, cola and oak flavors that will pair perfectly with a great steak. The... Everything about this Pinot screams quality. Although it will only improve with time, it’s certainly enjoyable now for its raspberry, cherry, cola and oak flavors that will pair perfectly with a great steak. The Dijon clones that constitute the blend reacted perfectly to the cool vintage, yielding ripe fruit along with tart acidity and firm tannins. Drink 2017–2027.
W&S91
Wine & Spirits - Wine & Spirits, January 2013
A sappy, warming Russian River pinot, this carries an inviting natural sweetness in its dark berry flavors, while the grip of its spicy tannins provides direction. It’s powerful yet easy to drink, with a firmness... A sappy, warming Russian River pinot, this carries an inviting natural sweetness in its dark berry flavors, while the grip of its spicy tannins provides direction. It’s powerful yet easy to drink, with a firmness to match the fat of a roast duck.
BH91
Burghound - Burghound, January 2013
Here the nose runs a bit more to the red side of the fruit spectrum with lovely notes of clove, cinnamon and sandalwood. There is the same lovely sense of underlying tension and verve to the detailed medium weight flavors... Here the nose runs a bit more to the red side of the fruit spectrum with lovely notes of clove, cinnamon and sandalwood. There is the same lovely sense of underlying tension and verve to the detailed medium weight flavors that possess a refined mouth feel primarily due to the fine-grain of the supporting and slightly dusty tannins. This is a bit more structured and while it certainly could be enjoyed now it should be more than capable of reward mid-term cellaring. Outstanding ♥
CG90
Connoisseurs' Guide - Connoisseur's Guide, January 2013
This is yet another very successful wine from a cool area in a cool vintage, and while "insider geeks" who slavishly chase reduced alcohol wines somehow tend to overlook this winery, it is known to the rest of... This is yet another very successful wine from a cool area in a cool vintage, and while "insider geeks" who slavishly chase reduced alcohol wines somehow tend to overlook this winery, it is known to the rest of us as a producer of keenly balanced, nicely fruited wines from the very western end of the Sonoma coastlands. In this offering, the fruit is not surprisingly tilted to the tight side of the spectrum even as it delivers notes of red cherries and a supportive layer of creamy oak. It is firm but not hard on the palate and, like its siblings, will reward a patient stay in the cellar.
WS89
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, January 2013
Fresh and snappy, with vivid raspberry, blackberry and wild berry notes that are firm and slightly stemmy, giving the finish a tannic yet flavorful edge. Drink now through 2021. – JL