Maison Roy & Fils Petite Incline Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2013

8.910 ratings on Delectable
$34.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Kim Kolb Delectable Pro

Very mushroomy. hints of tangy cherry with a slight spicy nose. The palate has a super yummy plum taste! The color is a slightly darker than most Pinot's. Has a slight hotness on the finish.

Very mushroomy. hints of tangy cherry with a slight spicy nose. The palate has a super yummy plum taste! The color is a slightly darker than most Pinot's. Has a slight hotness on the finish.

8.6

Marc Stein Delectable Pro

Conversation centered on why you wouldn't filter this wine...i liked it, thought it had great edge.

Conversation centered on why you wouldn't filter this wine...i liked it, thought it had great edge.

Carlos

Another from our summer trip. Running low, so time to head back.

Another from our summer trip. Running low, so time to head back.

9.0

Jack Cranley, Backroads Wine Club

Quite cloudy, almost dirty color. Clearly unfined and unfiltered. The aroma that really jumps out of the glass and typifies this wine is that of roses. Very floral. Tea rose specifically, with a slight perfume edge, so it tends to remind me of my grandma, which is a good thing! The fruit component is sour cherry and cranberry. Acid is present but there's just a little liveliness missing for me. Not flat but just a little... lazy? If that makes any sense? A touch of pepper spice on the back end, short finish. Could be a good pairing wine for something really specific but I'm not exactly sure what. Maybe a pork loin with a cranberry sauce...something like that. Decent, interesting... Not award winning or anything but worth a look!

Quite cloudy, almost dirty color. Clearly unfined and unfiltered. The aroma that really jumps out of the glass and typifies this wine is that of roses. Very floral. Tea rose specifically, with a slight perfume edge, so it tends to remind me of my grandma, which is a good thing! The fruit component is sour cherry and cranberry. Acid is present but there's just a little liveliness missing for me. Not flat but just a little... lazy? If that makes any sense? A touch of pepper spice on the back end, short finish. Could be a good pairing wine for something really specific but I'm not exactly sure what. Maybe a pork loin with a cranberry sauce...something like that. Decent, interesting... Not award winning or anything but worth a look!

8.6

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Monday-Saturday: 9am-9pm
    Sunday: 11am-7pm