Another stunning Pinot Noir from Chasseur Cellars! Bill Hunter is making some of the best Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the fabled Sonoma Coast appelation with neighbors like Kistler and Marcassin. Small-production, hard to find, discover them now before it's too late. 91 Points Wine Spectator: "Offering aromas of wilted rose and fresh-crushed berry, this is firm and taut on the palate, with a vivid core of wild raspberry, anise, licorice and subtle earth shadings. Gains depth and persistence. Drink now through 2022. 350 cases made." Both depth of fruit and a sense of coiled strength are apparent in the aromas of the Chasseur Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, as its dark core of cherry and grenadine is neatly counter-pointed by savory notes of roasted grain, dried orange and tobacconist-shop spice. It is rich in texture, with a sinewy palate-feel and plenty of fruit, firmed by polished tannins. The impression of youth is amplified in the lingering finish, which is a tightly wound mix of sweet pomegranate, red plum, roasted grain, sumac and dried orange.
Red cherries, tea & Rose petals
Red cherries, tea & Rose petals8.7
Ruby, firm, fresh and bright. Red fruit notes with a peppery finish. Excellent when paired with salmon.
Ruby, firm, fresh and bright. Red fruit notes with a peppery finish. Excellent when paired with salmon.8.9