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2012 Kosta Browne Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast

Pinot Noir

  • USA
  • California
  • Sonoma County
  • Sonoma Coast

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Community Tasting Note

  • red freddy Likes this wine: 95 points

    August 5, 2021 - Received partial bottle to try (yes, from same Oenophile friend who gave me samples of Williams Selyem Pinot Noir & Turley Zinfandel, all 90+ pts, to try). 2012, Where Does he get these? As mentioned before, he is single-handedly upgrading my appreciation of wines.

    There isn't much left to say after 514 other tasting notes; But count me with the 'Stupid Good' crowd (i.e. KRHAUGH: "Not much to say but Stupid Good! Almost 10 years old and drinking beautiful. Awesome Pinot from KB"

    Pinot Noir at its finest, Luscious, aromatic and, yes, robust but refined; right up there with Williams Selyem. But probably near the end of it's drinking window (perhaps depending on how well it has been stored); if I had any I'd be (happily) drinking-up!

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  • Mark1npt commented:

    8/9/21, 7:09 PM - Good to know, thanks for your views!

  • red freddy commented:

    8/10/21, 4:46 PM - Glad you find this helpful, Mark. I've enjoyed Pinot Noirs from Sta Rita Hills & Willamette Valley, but didn't realize how robust they could be (thanks to my oenophile neighbor whose spouse doesn't imbibe; he can't finish a bottle, sometimes giving me a partial bottle rather than letting it spoil).

  • Mark1npt commented:

    8/10/21, 6:19 PM - To me, pinot must be robust!

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