The Mossback 2013 Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from the USA, produced within the nan vineyard in the California province. The cost is $25. This wine has a score of 79/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a light and fruity wine, with a touch of caramel from the wood aging. It is soft, soft and ready to drink.
Light in color, this is an attractive, fruity wine. It has an attractive red-currant flavor that is backed by bright acidity and a tangy aftertaste. It is ready to drink.
The first-ever Bordeaux-inspired blend of this wine has the added bonus of aromas of leather, dried cherry and anise. The palate is plump and round but also has a slightly oily feel. Flavors of berry fruits, raisin and caramel finish long and warming. Drink now.
There’s a touch of baking spice on the nose of this wine that permeates through the palate, where it opens up to reveal a more savory core of black olive, black-cherry and mint. The tannins are still young, but the opportunity to drink this wine now is promising. Drink from 2020.
Aromas of black plum, dark spice and a balsamic note lead the nose on this blend of 60 Cabernet Sauvignon and 40 Cabernet Franc. The palate offers dried black cherry, crushed mineral, star anise and cinnamon alongside round tannins.
The vineyard is in the heart of the Douro, a region which is known as a producer of AVA wines. This is a dense, darkly colored wine, with black fruits that are clearly concentrated. It has a dark core of tannins and fresh acidity. Drink from 2019.
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