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Talley 'Arroyo Grande' Pinot Noir 2019
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This is a red wine imageTalley 'Arroyo Grande' Pinot Noir 2019

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Wine Enthusiast 94 - Editor's Choice
"This appellation blend is more than the sum of its parts. Fresh aromas of candied raspberry, sumac, cinnamon and mint lead into a explosive palate of freshly smashed berry, pomegranate and dewy sage. Brisk acidity keeps it lively through the finish."

Vinous Media 93

Jeb Dunnuck 91
"Outstanding notes of framboise, camphor, spice, and even a hint of new leather emerge from the 2019 Pinot Noir Estate, a fresh, focused, pretty Pinot Noir ... read more
This is a red wine
Item ID: #46836
Location at store:83c
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Enthusiast 94 - Editor's Choice
"This appellation blend is more than the sum of its parts. Fresh aromas of candied raspberry, sumac, cinnamon and mint lead into a explosive palate of freshly smashed berry, pomegranate and dewy sage. Brisk acidity keeps it lively through the finish."

Vinous Media 93

Jeb Dunnuck 91
"Outstanding notes of framboise, camphor, spice, and even a hint of new leather emerge from the 2019 Pinot Noir Estate, a fresh, focused, pretty Pinot Noir with impressive fruit."

Winemaker Notes
"Aromas of pomegranate, slate, violets unfold into flavors of black raspberry, orange zest, cranberry and sage with a bright and crunchy finish."

Tasting Notes
The 2019 vintage of Estate Pinot Noir is crimson purple in hue and expressive of the distinctive character of the Arroyo Grande Valley which produces structured Pinot Noir with strong mineral notes. Aromas of raspberry pie, cherry cola, and rhubarb are complemented by soft sandalwood undertones. The palate offers notes of juicy raspberry, plum, cranberry, and a hint of green tea. Enjoy this Pinot Noir with sweet and spicy duck or mushroom risotto with herbs.

Vineyard Notes
The 2019 growing season was one of the very best in the 30 year history of Talley Vineyards. After four years of severe drought, El Nio conditions brought the most rainfall to the region since 2011. After a cool and windy spring, temperatures throughout the season were moderate, especially during the critical summer months when veraison and ripening occurred. The absence of severe heat for any extended period during the harvest season meant that the grapes were harvested at a moderate pace at optimal ripeness. Yields in the vineyard were consistent with five year averages and the resulting wines reflect the concentration, balance and elegance that is the hallmark of the confluence of a perfect growing season and a wine growing approach committed to capturing all the potential of the San Luis Obispo Coast region.
Winemaker Notes
65 Rincon Vineyard, 35 Rosemary's Vineyard

Talley Vineyards

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Talley VineyardsThe goal at Talley Vineyards is to produce estate grown chardonnay and pinot noir wines of uncompromising quality that best reflect the unique characteristics of each of the Talley family's five San Luis Obispo County vineyards. Complete control over all phases of winegrowing is the guiding principle: from the planting of vines ideally suited to each vineyard site, to viticulture and winemaking that emphasize long term sustainability, low yields and minimal processing, to the gentle bottling of the finished wine. All wines produced under the Talley Vineyards label are grown, produced and bottled by the Talley family.

Talley Vineyards is located in the Arroyo Grande Valley, on California's South Central Coast, eight miles east of the Pacific Ocean. Talley Vineyards produced its first wine in 1986 with the production of 450 cases.

The Talley family owns five unique vineyards comprising 190 acres in Southern San Luis Obispo County. The Rincon Vineyard, Rosemary's Vineyard and the Monte Sereno Vineyard are located in the Arroyo Grande Valley. Oliver's Vineyard and the Stone Corral Vineyard are located in the neighboring Edna Valley. The Talley family also owns the 40-acre Hazel Talley Vineyard in the Templeton Gap area of Paso Robles.

Farming Practice:Sustainable

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