2010 Babcock Winery, "Rita's Earth Cuvee" Pinot Noir, California



Press and Tasting Notes

Garnet hue is joined by rich ripe fruit in the nose. There is a touch of spice that lies somewhere between nutmeg and ginger, and there is a pinch of that earthy forest quality that is typical of the estate grown fruit. In the mouth, the wine is very soft and sweet. It's a dry wine, but when you blend impeccably farmed grapes the result is sweet.



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