Paul Hobbs Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2013

9.147 ratings on Delectable
$54.95

The 2013 Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley) is quite pretty, with a little more aromatic nuance, brightness and overall delineation than the 2012... Dark red cherries, blueberries, cloves, lavender and mint flesh out in a juicy Russian River Pinot full of near-term appeal. There is a savory, delicate quality in the 2013 that makes it irresistible. About 40% of this fruit is estate. Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

Michael Mendes

Big Russian River Pinot. Lots of extraction. Typical ripe cherry, cola and tea. Some whole berry? Oak coming through as a vanilla note. A touch hot, but enjoyable.

Big Russian River Pinot. Lots of extraction. Typical ripe cherry, cola and tea. Some whole berry? Oak coming through as a vanilla note. A touch hot, but enjoyable.

8.8

Jeanne gills

Tasty and much fuller than typical pinot noirs

Tasty and much fuller than typical pinot noirs

8.9

Scott Rose

2013. Stemmy and plummy as all get out. Medium bodied. Well made-as all the PH estate stuff is.-with acidity/tannins for days. Balanced and intense.

2013. Stemmy and plummy as all get out. Medium bodied. Well made-as all the PH estate stuff is.-with acidity/tannins for days. Balanced and intense.

9.0

Jonathan Wall

Number 2 of my 3 bottles. And this is improved over number 1 from a year ago. The initially overly fruity intro of a year ago has integrated. Its RRV all the way thru. I'll wait two years for my 3rd bottle. Cheers.

Number 2 of my 3 bottles. And this is improved over number 1 from a year ago. The initially overly fruity intro of a year ago has integrated. Its RRV all the way thru. I'll wait two years for my 3rd bottle. Cheers.

9.2