Peter Michael Winery Ma Danseuse Pinot Noir 2012

Ratings on Delectable

Perry Riddle Delectable Pro

I opened this with some trepidation but it really over delivered after a two hour decant. Texture and concentration were gorgeous. The only detraction was the overt oak on the finish. But I really think this will integrate in another 5-10 years.

I opened this with some trepidation but it really over delivered after a two hour decant. Texture and concentration were gorgeous. The only detraction was the overt oak on the finish. But I really think this will integrate in another 5-10 years.

9.5

Victor Aul Delectable Pro

Youngster! Racey, bing cherry, raspberry bright acidity with s long finish. zAzzy!

Youngster! Racey, bing cherry, raspberry bright acidity with s long finish. zAzzy!

9.2

John Sweeney Delectable Pro

Very elegant and seamless. Still a baby but opens up quite nicely. #pinotnoir #wine #rp100

Very elegant and seamless. Still a baby but opens up quite nicely. #pinotnoir #wine #rp100

9.5

Bill Day Delectable Pro

What can I say? Seamless! Likely even better in a few years.

What can I say? Seamless! Likely even better in a few years.

9.6

Victor Aul Delectable Pro

Good wine

Good wine

9.0

Ian Barile

2012 in 2018. Cherry nice balance on tannin and

2012 in 2018. Cherry nice balance on tannin and

9.4

B

2012 Peter Michael Ma Danseusse Pinot Noir. Jaws at HB w J&L B and B&K K. No decanting. Tons of fruit. Easy to drink. Enjoyed.

2012 Peter Michael Ma Danseusse Pinot Noir. Jaws at HB w J&L B and B&K K. No decanting. Tons of fruit. Easy to drink. Enjoyed.

10

Kyle Ripp

Takes a little while to open up, but very smooth once it does

Takes a little while to open up, but very smooth once it does

9.2

West Johnson

Not sure if this is truly worth the hype (a bit over-extracted and over-oaked), but tasty!

Not sure if this is truly worth the hype (a bit over-extracted and over-oaked), but tasty!

9.2

Andree Hirsch

Yummy

Yummy

9.5

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