2013 Kutch Pinot Noir McDougall Ranch, USA, California, Sonoma Coast, Wine Review
Jamie Kutch makes some of the best values in top quality (expensive) Pinot Noir. Purple/ruby in color, mostly clear and bright. The nose is good with cherries, char and spice. Medium to full bodied. Tannins seems fully integrated. On the palate, cherries, black cherries and just a bit of char. Good balance. Long finish with a slight green herbal note. Delicious. This is still young but closing in on maturity. Drink over the next ten to fifteen years. Great on its own, this will work well with fowl or pork. It would also go great with Vietnamese food.