2012 JUDSON HALE “WALSH RANCH VINEYARD” PINOT NOIR
A fabulous display of class and elegance, Judson Hale’s 2012 Walsh Ranch Vineyard Pinot Noir dazzles your senses with a sensual yet compelling style, mesmerizing waves of fruit that escalate from pomegranate, lavender and ripe red cherries, peaking with boysenberry, red plum and wet blueberries. Emerging from the majestic Walsh Ranch Vineyard, perched at 1500 feet elevation near the sleepy town of Yorkville, this area called Yorkville Highlands separates Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley AVA from Mendocino County’s Anderson Valley AVA and in 1998 it was established as it’s own AVA. At $35/btl this is a lovely bottle of wine… At $19.99/btl it’s simply a beautifully intriguing wine you can enjoy every day…
Drinking absolutely beautifully right now, this elegant and refined, supple Pinot Noir was aged in Francois Frère barrels for 9 months and impresses for its sheer purity and overall balance. Wonderfully expressive, this wine is absolutely weightless on the palate, with fine, silky tannins that lead to a sensual finish. It’ll take a moment to wrap your head around this unique and compelling wine, but the alluring elegance will reward you. I strongly recommend securing a case. At just $19.99/btl… you’ll certainly be glad you did.
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