2021 Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley
TASTING NOTES: Anderson Valley is famous for its aromatic Pinot Noirs, and our 2021 vintage Pinot does not disappoint. Aromas of cherry pie, roses, and blueberries jump from the glass. Focused, with excellent structure, this wine exhibits a vibrant acidity bolstered silky tannins. Precise and restrained, and a tribute to a fine vintage.
PAIRING NOTES: Enjoy with flavorful meats like duck, quail, or lamb. Pop open on a summer evening with a BLT, or pour alongside mushroom risotto or Coq au Vin with creamy polenta.
Appellation: Anderson Valley, Mendocino County
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Harvested: September 2021
Bottle Date: February 2022
Production: 857 cases
AWARDS AND REVIEWS
91 pts | Wilfred Wong of www.wine.com
The 2019 Meadowcroft Pinot Noir is a beautifully balanced wine. This wine shows pleasing red fruit, dried herbs, and savory accents in the aromas and on the palate. Pair it with a mildly-seasoned lamb stew.