Roar Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2015

$45

  ROAR makes some of the best and hardest to get new Pinot Noirs in California.  Get the new release BEFORE the ratings come out! previous vintage 91 Points Robert Parker: "The Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands possesses ripe black raspberry and blackberry notes intermixed with subtle smoke, camphor, and truffle characteristics. Expansive and multidimensional with silky tannins as well as a seductive mouthfeel and texture, it should be consumed over the next 3-4 years. This superb Pinot Noir producer has turned out three compelling efforts from this fickle varietal." Roar is owned by Gary & Rosella Franscioni, who planted and own the famed Rosella's Vineyard, Gary's Vineyard and Pisoni Vineyard in California's Central Coast. 

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Ratings on Delectable

Dmitri Bourkovski

Very low on acid, great pinot for a decent price.

Very low on acid, great pinot for a decent price.

9.2

Jerry Raphael

Like SLH and ROAR.

Like SLH and ROAR.

9.1

Thomas Sorbo

Raspberry on the nose, classic Roar fruit on the palate.

Raspberry on the nose, classic Roar fruit on the palate.

9.2

Andrew Ellsworth

Drank with bourbon-glazed pork chops with good friends.

Drank with bourbon-glazed pork chops with good friends.

9.4

Gilbert Van Hassel Delectable Pro

El Dorado Kitchen Sonoma. This wine indeed roars, 14.4 pct alcohol but somehow pulls it off and tastes delicate. Perfect lunch wine.

El Dorado Kitchen Sonoma. This wine indeed roars, 14.4 pct alcohol but somehow pulls it off and tastes delicate. Perfect lunch wine.

9.0

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