Imagery 2016 Pinot Noir, California

Imagery 2016 Pinot Noir, California

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Imagery Estate was awarded California Winery of the Year for 2017!

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About Imagery 2016 Pinot Noir, California

Awarded California State Fair Wine Competition’s Golden State Winery of the Year for 2017, Imagery is rooted in three decades of Sonoma Valley winemaking by the Benziger family. The line of Imagery wines celebrates traditional varietals enhanced with something a little outside the box, Like this Pinot Noir, it has the addition of 10% Petit Verdot. Balanced and smooth from start to finish, this Pinot Noir leads with a silky entry. Jammy-strawberry, cherry and boysenberry fruit flavors are enriched by integrated oak and blended with Petit Verdot to achieve a substantial body. This Pinot Noir is rich with jammy berry notes, silky tannins and a long layered finish. Petit Verdot contributes to the beautiful color and substantial body of the wine. A platinum award-winner at the 2018 Critics Challenge International Wine Competition with a score of 94, they said "Delicious Pinot Noir for less than $20 a bottle would have been unthinkable a few short years ago. This beauty from Imagery is another in a growing trend as winemakers have learned to successfully navigate the perils of the sometimes tricky pinot noir vine. What this vintage brings to the table is an uncommon elegance, beautiful balance and delicate aromas of cherry and strawberry with a subtle note of wood spice.  Easy to drink and easy on the wallet."

Wine Details

  • Alcohol % 13.5%
  • Wine Type Red
  • Country United States
  • Region California

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