Argyle Reserve Pinot Noir 2000
from Willamette Valley, Oregon
How can this wine be so Big yet exhibit so much complexity and generosity? Aromas of wild black fruits like our dried Himilayan blackberries predominate but are also complex by ample portions chocolate covered cherries and rare spices, forest soil, toasted grain, and sweet floral essences. The flavor is ripe, silky black raspberry and earthy. Trademark silky and sweet impressions help mask the firm, ample tannins. Fruit flavors dominate the long, fresh finish, with a touch of toasted oak and cedar essences framing the fruit.
One of Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of 2002!
The top 3 most liked reviews for this wine.
A Customer - Washington, DC
I loved it! It was very smooth without an obvious tannic taste. I'm a novice wine drinker so I don't know how to describe it further than I really liked it. I tried it at when I took a friend to Morton's for dinner. (I WAY over-paid for the wine, by the way.)
A Customer - San Francisco
This is a real great buy.
A Customer - Houston Texas
One of the most attractive ruby red colors I have ever seen. A huge red with enjoyable complexity. I was very pleased with it and quickly found the bottle empty.
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