Paul Hobbs Katherine Lindsay Estate Pinot Noir 2014

Paul Hobbs Katherine Lindsay Estate Pinot Noir 2014 United States  California  Russian River Valley Red Wine
Product ID: 30323
Region: United States, California, Russian River Valley
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Red Wine
Vintage: 2014
Size: 750ml
ABV%: 14.2
GTIN: 00303232

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"Grown in the iron-rich 'Sebastopol Series' Goldridge soils of our Katherine Lindsay Estate Vineyard, this deep ruby pinot noir opens with an expressive bouquet of exotic spices, caramelized tobacco leaf, forest floor and ripe wild berries. Rich but restrained, the wine’s generosity of fruit is cut by balancing acidity, preserving the freshness so characteristic of this site. Aged 15 months in French oak barrels, 71% new." —winemaker
"Medium ruby-purple colored, the 2014 Pinot Noir Katherine Lindsay Estate has a restrained nose of warm cranberries and red currants with underlying forest floor, chargrill, yeast extract and game. Medium-bodied with a beautiful backbone of finely grained tannins and lively acidity, it offers persistent earth and layers of red berry flavor and great finesse." —Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate

"Juicy and vibrant, with a zesty core of cherry and raspberry that's pure and direct, tilting toward the supple side while retaining a firm backbone. Drink now through 2024. 816 cases made." —James Laube, Wine Spectator

"The 2014 Pinot Noir Katherine Lindsay Estate is rich and boisterous, with striking Russian River exuberance in its fruit. There is an immediacy to the 2014 that makes it easy to drink, even at this early stage. Bright red cherry, plum, white flowers and mint add to the wine's racy, inviting personality. The 2014 has turned out beautifully. Clones are Calera, Swan, Dijon and 777. Drinking window: 2017 - 2026." —Antonio Galloni, Vinous
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Pinot Noirduck, turkey, veal, braised meats, flavorful fish such as salmon or tunaBrie, Camembert, Feta, Gruyere, Monterey Jack, Muenster or Swissrich cream or acidic sauces