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WF201825

2014 Brick & Mortar, 'La Perla' Pinot Noir

Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley, California

Wine Enthusiast
91
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    Winemaker Notes
    Dark, brooding Damson plum and fleshy dark cherries are the exciting counterpoint to the exotic Asian spice and marked earthiness. Intensely focused fruits with a savory touch are accented in dried black tea and bay leaf, it shines in subtle acidity and plenty of structure showing the powerful grace of mountain fruit. This wine is stunning in its youth, but we recommend cellaring for the next 10-15 years.

    91: Wine Enthusiast
    Perfumed in rose, this wine from the higher elevations of the appellation is a study in understated freshness and stony mineral, offering too a thickness of cassis. Big oak asserts itself on the finish, with a streak of tart citrus adding to the intrigue.

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    2014
    Wine Enthusiast
    91
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2014 Brick & Mortar, 'La Perla' Pinot Noir

2014 Brick & Mortar, 'La Perla' Pinot Noir

Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley, California


Add To Cart
$54.95
/ Wine
SKU: WF201825

Winemaker Notes
Dark, brooding Damson plum and fleshy dark cherries are the exciting counterpoint to the exotic Asian spice and marked earthiness. Intensely focused fruits with a savory touch are accented in dried black tea and bay leaf, it shines in subtle acidity and plenty of structure showing the powerful grace of mountain fruit. This wine is stunning in its youth, but we recommend cellaring for the next 10-15 years.

91: Wine Enthusiast
Perfumed in rose, this wine from the higher elevations of the appellation is a study in understated freshness and stony mineral, offering too a thickness of cassis. Big oak asserts itself on the finish, with a streak of tart citrus adding to the intrigue.