Having run several wine departments, a question I’m always asked is, Is there an inexpensive Pinot Noir that’s any good? Answer: Yes. Pinot is not an easy grape to work with and it becomes more expensive given its inconsistent growing qualities. However Laetitia has a proved  track record with Pinot Noir and has made a solid, comprehensive and affordable Pinot from California’s Central Coast. The 2021 provides notes of strawberry, black cherry, blackberry, red raspberry, along with mild tannins, good acidity and a hint of vanilla spice. Aged 11 months in French oak with only 30% of that wood being new, allows the fruit to shine through, while the oak provides structure to the wine. 12,000 cases. ORIGIN: San Luis Obispo Coast. ALCOHOL: 14%

Grade: 
A
Score: 
91
Vintage: 
2021
Current Price: 
$28.00USD

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