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Castle Rock 'Los Carneros' Pinot Noir 2014
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$12.80$9.95
 
Our Castle Rock Pinot Noir is produced from grapes grown in the region of Carneros, one of the oldest and most prestigious Pinot Noir regions in California. This elegant and medium-bodied wine offers aromas of Cherry and herbal spice. On the palate the wine gives complex layers of cinnamon, spice, black cherry, sweet vanilla oak and floral notes, with a long velvety finish. Smooth with a silky texture and mild tannins, this versatile wine pairs ... read more
Item ID: #40933
Shelf at store:73b
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Our Castle Rock Pinot Noir is produced from grapes grown in the region of Carneros, one of the oldest and most prestigious Pinot Noir regions in California. This elegant and medium-bodied wine offers aromas of Cherry and herbal spice. On the palate the wine gives complex layers of cinnamon, spice, black cherry, sweet vanilla oak and floral notes, with a long velvety finish. Smooth with a silky texture and mild tannins, this versatile wine pairs well with lamb, chicken, veal, salmon and light pasta dishes.

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Castle Rock WinerySince our beginning 20 years ago, we have always believed that discerning wine lovers should be able to enjoy excellent wines at excellent prices. At Castle Rock Winery we have dedicated ourselves to making delicious, handcrafted wines from some of the finest appellations on the West Coast: California (Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Carneros, Mendocino County, Monterey County, Paso Robles), Oregon (Willamette Valley) and Washington (Columbia Valley). We pride ourselves on the quality of our wines, which are often comparable to wines costing two or three times as much. For us, it's all about quality and value.

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