Storm Wines (USA) John Sebastiano Vineyard Pinot Noir 2012

8.912 ratings on Delectable
$47.95

Dark red cherry, plum, baking spice and rose petal meld together in the 2012 Pinot Noir John Sebastiano Vineyard. Juicy, pliant and expressive, the 2012 captures the essence of this great Sta. Rita Hills site. The resonant, layered finish is particularly of note. What a gorgeous wine this is. Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

Mason Balistreri Delectable Pro

Sommelier, International Wine Guild; Balistreri Vineyard; Sales, Joy Wine and Spirits

Weirdo mix of fresh fruit, stems and disjointed oak. Much better than I'm making it sound...

Weirdo mix of fresh fruit, stems and disjointed oak. Much better than I'm making it sound...

8.8

Erich Broksas Delectable Pro

Early Mountain Vineyards

Seemed like the perfect wine for today with the 7 inches of snow we got today. Not loving it out the gate. Going to give it some time

Seemed like the perfect wine for today with the 7 inches of snow we got today. Not loving it out the gate. Going to give it some time

8.3

Chris Tanghe Delectable Pro

Showing well now but will be singing with more time in the cellar @StormWines

Showing well now but will be singing with more time in the cellar @StormWines

10

Philip Carpenter Delectable Pro

Founder/Educator santabarbarawinetalk.com

Reminding me of home. Subtle red fruit, mushroom, loam, pine resin, smoke. Feminine rose, playful mouthfeel. Lively pomegranate on end of mid to finish. So much potential for such young vines.

Reminding me of home. Subtle red fruit, mushroom, loam, pine resin, smoke. Feminine rose, playful mouthfeel. Lively pomegranate on end of mid to finish. So much potential for such young vines.

9.6