Tasting Notes for kgmobley

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Red
6/27/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
92 points
Excellent structure and fruit purity. Shared it with a friend who was enthralled with the structure.
Red
4/3/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
91 points
Wine took 3 hours to open up. The first couple of hours there was lots of stewed tomato. Once the wine open, delicious sweet red fruit and lousious mouth feel.
Red
3/18/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
93 points
Wonderful combination of structure and sweet red fruit. This wine was the most complex Pinot consummed of the evening.
Red
3/18/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
91 points
One of the better Suduri Carg. Broad red and black fruits. Solid structure and simply delicious.
Red
3/18/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
92 points
This wine was the crowd favorite tonight. It started off a little disjointed and integrated into a wonderful sweet red fruit elixcur.
Red
3/8/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
88 points
Solid deep fruit. Need more cellar time. Wine took over an hour to start to come together.
Red
3/8/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
91 points
Wonderful Purity. Drinking very with 30 min if air and proper temp 60 to 70 degrees.
Red
3/2/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
91 points
Solid effort. The wine has entered a feminine stage where the baby fat is falling off. The wines has years a head of it and 3 or 4 more years would be good for better integration. The wines came together after about an hour of air. I really enjoyed the wine with some Thai appetizers.
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Red
2/17/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
96 points
Absolutely profound. The wine is ready to go. The complexity is amazing. Great red fruit and mushroom. The nose is intoxicating.
Red
2/17/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
93 points
The sweet fruit is amazing. The wine needs to served at 60 degrees. At 80 the wine shows it's alcohol. 2004 was a hot year and this wine has a hell of a wallop of fruit and stature. It needs another 5 years for the fruit to shave off the baby fat. The wine is delicious, it has to be arved at the correct temp.
Red
2/8/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
90 points
This wine has a lot of potential. It needs years to resolve and integrate. I like the direction this wine is heading. I would hold off for 10 years befe opening this wine.
Red
2/3/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
98 points
This was a mind blowing pinot. The wine kept giving and giving. Temp served was mid 60s. The aromatics on the nose was layered -- benefit of the inclusion of whole clusters. The nose was filled with mushrooms, earth, red fruit and pine sap. On the taste buds, the minerals and depth of fruit was killer. Wine had a broad flavor profile, yet an incredibly focused spine. The wine continued to open up over the course of 3 hours. This wine has 15 to 20 years left and should evolve over the next 10 to 15 and hold after that.
Red
1/29/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
96 points
Ethereal. The layers and layers of complex red fruit was intoxicating beyond belief. The noise kept drawing me back into the glass time and time again. This wines is a baby and has many, many years ahead of it. It took about an hour to open up to show its character. The wine continued to evolved for the next 3 hours until the last drop was consumed.
Red
1/28/2010 - kgmobley wrote:
95 points
2003 was not a great year for California Pinot Noir, the 2003 Pisoni Estate is an exception. After 90 minutes in the decanter, the wine had transformed into a rich, delicious and sexy wine. This wine was tasted side by side with a 2004 William Seylem Rocholli. Both wines offer a different expression of Pinot Noir. Where the WS was expressive in the nose and had amazing layers of complex red fruit, the Pisoni was reached deep into my soul and seduced me with beautiful chewy black fruits. This wine has many years of development left and will be fun to revisit over time.
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