Reviewed on 2019-03-14
By
Rating 91
Style Red
Variety
Vintage 2016
Appellation
Sonoma County
North Coast
California
USA
ABV 13.8%
Price $36.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Date Night, End of Day Sipping, Treat Yo'self

Drink If You Like

Gamay, Merlot , Pinot Noir

Anaba Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2016 Review

This wine defines the cherry aroma that is often perceived in Pinot Noir. Vibrant and bouncing-around-the-room bing cherry aromas lead the nose of this wine, supported by lively acidity as a bright red umbrella over more subtle hints of vanilla and toasted coconut. On the palate the wine is soft and chewy with great balance, due to restraint of the alcohol, with added aromas of cranberry and a whisper of clove. The winery is named after the winds that blow through Carneros, one of the cooler climates of Napa, which cools the grapes. Makes sense to me!

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Anaba Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2016
This wine defines the cherry aroma that is often perceived in Pinot Noir. Vibrant and bouncing-around-the-room bing cherry aromas lead the nose of this wine, supported by lively acidity as a bright red umbrella over more subtle hints of vanilla and toasted coconut. On the palate the wine is soft and chewy with great balance, due to restraint of the alcohol, with added aromas of cranberry and a whisper of clove. The winery is named after the winds that blow through Carneros, one of the cooler climates of Napa, which cools the grapes. Makes sense to me!

Reviewed On: 03-14-2019
91
POINTS
Anaba Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2016
This wine defines the cherry aroma that is often perceived in Pinot Noir. Vibrant and bouncing-around-the-room bing cherry aromas lead the nose of this wine, supported by lively acidity as a bright red umbrella over more subtle hints of vanilla and toasted coconut. On the palate the wine is soft and chewy with great balance, due to restraint of the alcohol, with added aromas of cranberry and a whisper of clove. The winery is named after the winds that blow through Carneros, one of the cooler climates of Napa, which cools the grapes. Makes sense to me!

Reviewed On: 03-14-2019