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Belle Glos Pinot Noir 'Clark & Telephone Vineyard', Santa Maria Valley, Santa Barbara, Calif.
92 Points

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Region: California Sonoma Coast
Vintage: 2011
AB: $40.0 + price will vary
BC: $43.99
MB : $43.67
NS: $42.29
Quebec: $40.0

BC CSPC: BC CSPC Code -243956
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WineScores' Review

You could say that the Clark & Telephone is the most masculine of the three single vineyard Pinot Noirs that Joe Wagner makes under the Belle Glos label. The vineyards are: Las Alturas (planted high in the Santa Lucia highlands), Taylor Lane (close to the ocean and resulting fog on the coast) and this Clark & Telephone in Santa Maria Valley, Santa Barbara. Stay tuned in coming vintages - there may be another coming soon.
Luscious fruit dominates - juicy cherry and raspberry dance with slightly darker fruit. Next, crushed roses and violet notes are grounded with beets, leather and forest floor. It is silky and plush with a sink-your-teeth-into-it texture. Voluptuous fruit, licorice and spiced chocolate flavours grab on for the long haul.

Recommended Pairings
Good First Impressions, Cellar Keepers, White Meat Chicken/Pork, First Date

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Wine Scores reviewed - 2013-04-11 11:53:45.0


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