2019 Lussier Pinot Noir Côte de Boont

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Community Tasting Notes (2) Avg Score: 90 points

  • Bright, clean and tart red fruits on the nose. Cranberries and cherries with roses and a sassafras herbal freshness to give it some lift. Very good high acid backbone. For those that enjoy a mostly primary fruit driven PN, this is drinking really well now, though I think 3-5 years more in bottle would help this round even more. Has plenty of acid to last.

    ABV: 13.6%
    Closure: natural cork, I believe NDTech screened (cork stamped "ND030A0")
    Decant: 1h
    Stem: Gabriel Glas StandArt
    Assemblage: From Roma's and Golden Fleece Vineyards. PN clones Pommard, Calera, 667 and 115. 25% whole cluster. 11 months in 25% new oak. 3 barrels produced.

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  • Brushy and cloudy aromas of burt orange, tar, rosewater, and cranberries.

    Palette is defined and delineated. Bright red fruit, juicy acid, sassafras, and supple. Great barrel integration.

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