Sweet Cheeks 2012 Vintner’s Reserve Wild Child Block Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley) Review

The Sweet Cheeks 2012 Vintner’s Reserve Wild Child Block Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from the USA, produced within the Vintner’s Reserve Wild Child Block vineyard in the Oregon province. The cost is $65. This wine has a score of 83/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).

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  • This is a rounded wine with tannins on the finish. It has a fruity character, with the acidity that gives a lift to the already fruity aftertaste. The aftertaste brings out its potential, so drink from 2018.
  • This rustic wine shows some brightness and freshness. It’s a soft, ripe wine, full of red fruits and ready to drink.
  • The alcoholic base for this wine is redolent of sweet-smelling spices, vanilla and even the earth, showing the warmth of the vintage. It has full intensity and a long, dry finish with a nutty note. It doesn’t seem to want to improve so drink up.
  • This is a soft, delicately perfumed wine. It has a very light touch of lemon and lime juice, a fragrance of wild flower and a refreshing, light texture.
  • This is a fruity wine, ripe with red currant and stone fruit flavors. It is light and light, light and bright, ready to drink now.
  • This is a light-bodied wine with a crisp texture and just a hint of spice from wood aging. It is all fruit and citrus. Drink now.
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