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Domaine de la Cote Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir 2021

13.10% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2021
  • WS 93
  • WE 97
  • WA 94
  • JS 97
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With an outstanding score of 97 points from James Suckling, Domaine de la Cote’s Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir 2021 is a wine of remarkable quality and distinction. This vintage showcases the winery’s dedication to producing exceptional Pinot Noir, crafted under the expertise of renowned winemakers Rajat Parr and Sashi Moorman.

In the glass, the wine displays a pale ruby color that immediately captivates the eye. On the nose, the aromas are both inviting and complex, with ripe fruit notes of perfectly ripened strawberries and dark berries mingling harmoniously with hints of ginger, rose, carnation, and turned earth. A subtle eucalyptus leaf presence adds a refreshing touch to the bouquet.

The wine’s taste profile is a testament to its excellence, earning it an impressive 97 points from Wine Enthusiast. The palate is full-bodied and densely structured, exuding power and finesse in equal measure. Tightly wound dark-fruit flavors take center stage, complemented by intriguing notes of kalamata olive, strong, dank herb flavors, and oolong tea.

Though muscular and formed, this Pinot Noir possesses firm tannins that indicate its potential for aging gracefully. It’s a wine that demands patience, requiring some time to soften and develop further complexity, as noted by James Suckling. With a finish underscored by uplifting citrusy tones, the wine’s more ethereal style sets it apart from other 2021 Pinot Noirs, earning it 94 points from Wine Advocate.

Wine Spectator lauds this vintage with 93 points, praising its juicy and well-knit core of cherry and damson plum flavors. The fruit plays out elegantly with chalky minerality, accompanied by a subtle hint of grilled herbs. The acidity is beautifully balanced, contributing to a steady and persistent finish.

Domaine de la Cote Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir 2021 is a true expression of excellence, showcasing the potential of Sta. Rita Hills’ terroir and the skillful craftsmanship of the winemakers. This outstanding wine is a must-try for enthusiasts seeking a captivating and memorable Pinot Noir experience. Enjoy it now for its vibrant fruit qualities or cellar it to experience its full potential as it evolves over the years.

70 reviews for Domaine de la Cote Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir 2021

  1. Jeff Steinberger

    Exotic, seductive nose with cherry, mango, tangerine, sweet herbs, mint, floral undergrowth, and gravel dust. Youthful, enjoyable palate with red berry, orange peel, blueberry skins. Long, exotic finish with red fruits and minerality. Beautiful wine.

  2. Terrell Dickerson

    Smooth and stunning, with deep flavors of ripe raspberry and strawberry.

  3. Bryan Jackson

    Dark ruby. Intense raspberry, mint, orange rind, sage, crushed rock nose. Tart red berries and pomegranate flavors with savory green herbs, saline, and cracked pepper. Lively acidity, chalky tannins, and a long finish. Letting others rest for a year or two.

  4. Tori Pooley

    Impressive wine with textured notes of cherry, earth and gravel, showcasing the soil and vineyard location. Tannins open up with air, great acidity. A delicious and drinkable California Pinot Noir.

  5. Inez Ball

    Kutch/Parr Seminar: Ripe cherries, sea air, wood smoke, raspberry, and florals on the nose. Saline notes, red berries, creamy texture on the palate. Long finish with good red fruit and saline notes. Harmonious and less ripe than La Cote, better than Memorious.

  6. Martha Larson

    Fantastic California Pinot Noir with balanced ripeness and oak. Expressive fruit flavors reflect the vineyard’s terroir. Earthy, mineral notes with a hint of smoke. Medium plus acid adds definition and freshness. Texturally elegant with a lingering finish. Enjoyable now, and will age well until 2027+.

  7. William Murphy

    Complex and mineral-driven, this Old World wine surprises with forest floor and mushroom notes. Long finish.

  8. Susan Marshall

    Impressive Domaine. Earthy, red cherry core, dusty tannins, great aromatics and body. Elegance and strength combined. Captivating, with old world character in California grapes.

  9. William Waters

    Light and transparent with high-quality red berries, herbs, rhubarb, and white chocolate. Balanced and complex. Youthful orange-like acidity and elegant tannins. Surprisingly approachable now. Recommended, but has room to improve.

  10. Kymberly Stiltner

    Forest floor, candied red fruit, mild pepper. Pleasant tannins. Great stuff!

  11. Betty Mcmullin

    Extravagant nose of ripe berries, Cola, smoke, and sweet oak. Great mouthfeel. Big Pinot, balanced acidity. Perfect with grilled salmon. Ages well, improves over time.

  12. Paul Morse

    The wine has a slightly reductive nose but shows depth and potential. It offers rich flavors of ripe berries, spices, earth, and a touch of oak. Medium concentration with delicate fruit and fine tannins. A great wine that will benefit from more aging.

  13. Johnny Jones

    Seductive with strawberry, cherry, currant. Fresh, long, mineral and concentrated. Great wine!

  14. Calvin Kiger

    PnP at Bay Grape. 10min decant and the wine was singing. DDLC with fruity complexity and refinement. Rare find in California Pinot. Kudos!

  15. Sandy Martin

    Improving with each sip. Adore the aromatic notes.

  16. Donna Roberts

    Elegant wine with great fresh fruit, incorporating 20% new Ermitage. (100% whole cluster)

  17. Elizabeth Holland

    Sohm Somm3 tasting: Pure, typical, excellent.

  18. Meredith Edwards

    Duck for Days Pinot Noir WX+ Meetup: Funky, peppery, and lighter in color. Spicy, plush, with hints of blood orange.

  19. Dionna Harstad

    Deserved hype.

  20. Joseph Howard

    Intensely balanced red fruit, spices, and smooth tannins. Outstanding.

  21. Paul Lewis

    This wine has a delightful abundance of red fruit and a touch of “new world style,” making it enjoyable and easy to drink.

  22. Richard Jensen

    Delightful aromas of cranberry and cherry.

  23. Lois Knutson

    Good wine, well-made, aromatic, balanced acidity. Vegetal element present, reminiscent of cooked rhubarb. Some may enjoy it, but not my personal preference.

  24. Rosemary Simpson

    Tasted at Skurnik Grand Portfolio Tasting in NYC. 100% whole cluster fermented. Earthy red fruit, minerals. Creamy texture, minerally, spicy strawberry, red cherry. Moderately long finish. Needs cellar until 10th birthday. Glorious for a decade and a half. Burgundian style with good Cali fruit.

  25. Burton Fuentes

    Somm3 Tasting (Tribeca Grill): Intense funky nose, cola nut, licorice. Fantastic complexity, long saturated finish.

  26. Randy Hall

    Smooth texture, austere cherry fruit. Intense, vibrant, with a mineral finish. Blind tasting confirmed it as Burgundy.

  27. Jessie Belka

    Delicate, raspberry and strawberry notes. Amazing color. Burgundian style. Hints of black tea, cherry, pepper, and citrus.

  28. Regina Sun

    Pale ruby color, expressive nose of rose petals, potpourri, leather, cherries, spices, and herbs. Beautiful balance on the palate with cranberry, bitter cherry, and dusty tannins. 12.5% ABV. $80.

  29. Dennis Fisher

    Fantastic PN with teasing acidity and tannins. Only 12.5% alcohol. Stem/maceration magic, crunchy, salty, and floral. Beautiful garnet color. Evolving bouquet. Impressive layers. Sad to have only 11 more, but ecstatic for more.

  30. Anna Holmes

    Perfectly balanced with fruity elegance, this wine is a great choice for birthdays.

  31. Sean Wright

    Domaine de la Côte New Release Tasting: Slow-oxed wine, translucent ruby color. Nose reveals vanilla, earthy cherry, and gamy notes. Palate has medium acidity, low to medium tannin, lean and savory/herbal with earthy lavender, red fruit, game meat, and baking spices. Balanced, long finish. Best enjoyed after 10 years.

  32. Scott Amador

    Domaine de la Côte New Release: Floral and mineral nose, red berries and pomegranate on the palate. Good structure, layered with florals and cherry finish. Elegant, lacks depth of La Côte bottling.

  33. Herbert Stephenson

    Review: Vibrant garnet color with pink edges. Herbaceous nose, baked plum and raspberry notes. Medium acidity, low tannins, slightly tart with an earthy body. Surprisingly thick for a Pinot. Complex and intriguing.

  34. Ann Beall

    Exceptional wine with earthy and mushroom notes on the nose. Subtle fruit aromas with hints of vanilla and spice. Well-balanced and integrated palate. A truly enjoyable wine.

  35. Danny Ramirez

    Seductive, fruity nose. Balanced, silky mouthfeel. Elegant and cool style. Magical with age. Beautiful achievement.

  36. Freeda Queen

    Subtle and earthy aroma, like the memorius. Soft and acidic with hints of stems. Cool, rich finish. Needs more time in bottle, but could be excellent.

  37. Steven Kyle

    Decanted 3 hrs. Kathleen bought this due to Raj Parr’s background. Tightly coiled, resembling a young Cristom Pinot. Low acidity but structured. Possibly whole cluster, with a wild edge from stems. Enjoyable deep black raspberry with a touch of white pepper on the finish. Will age well. Liked it.

  38. Gordon Jackson

    Blind tasting. Classic CA Pinot nose with raspberries, red cherries, spices, hint of cola. Balanced acidity, integrated tannins, red berry flavors on the palate. Long finish. Liked it.

  39. Alease Lundberg

    Impressive Pinot: focused, complex, with a cool backbone. No heaviness, just a long-lasting delight.

  40. Michelle Cola

    This wine triumphed over a top Burgundy.

  41. Janet Sanchez

    Unbeatable bottle!

  42. Pedro Brown

    Impressive. Young, but loved it. Decanted aerated.

  43. Mildred Swan

    Burgundian influence, slightly lacking complexity. Light and elegant with a cohesive rose and cherry perfume. Fresh cranberry and mint on the palate with soft, expressive acidity.

  44. Donald Whitlow

    Elegant Pinot Noir from Central Coast. Huge nose, light red. Developed nicely over dinner. Old world Burgundy characteristics. Pleased.

  45. Michael Real

    Was great, but still very young. Can’t wait to try another bottle in 5 years.

  46. Brandi Camp

    Perfect placement.

  47. Tony Brown

    Intense cranberry and cherry aromas, complemented by hints of nuts and tobacco.

  48. Ruben Smith

    Initial notes: wet stone, earthy, gamey. Palate: bacon fat. After 1 hour: cigar box, leather, white pepper. 2 hours: white pepper dominant. 3 hours: fruit notes emerge. Overall delicious after 1st hour.

  49. Elizabeth Perez

    Rajat Parr’s dark PN is complex, with layers of red fruit and hints of cigar. Give it a couple of years for an even better experience.

  50. Norman Muncy

    Exquisite aromas of cherry, blood orange, sous bois, and sandalwood. Medium-bodied, vibrant acidity, rich with dense fruit and minerality, ending sweetly. Excellent.

  51. Dorothy Leland

    Review: Green stems, smoke, strawberries on the nose. Lightly crunchy, medium+ acidity. Creamy texture with a refreshing finish. Perfect for pairing with food.

  52. Jan Drew

    Saachi and the team deliver another outstanding wine.

  53. Janet Smith

    Consistent quality and taste. Highly recommended.

  54. Barbara Alford

    Bloom’s Field vintage is excellent. Medium-ruby and translucent. Forest raspberries, strawberries, sour cranberries on the nose. Savoury, elegant, and balanced palate. Medium-bodied, refined, and multi-layered. Balanced acidity, silky tannins, great peppery length.

  55. Everett Riddell

    Vinous 98! Classic style, reminiscent of the stock market last November. A truly exceptional Cali Pinot with savory darkness and rich fruit depth, unlike any Burgundy.

  56. Irene Bishop

    Incredible wine. Dark cherry, strawberry, strong aromatics, rose, green herb notes. Balanced, approachable, layered, complex.

  57. Steven Ball

    Sashi’s 2021 DLC vintage is the best yet, truly exceptional with a bright future.

  58. Travis White

    Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir is a fascinating wine with a compelling nose of dark cherry, liquorice, and fresh violets. It has a medium-bodied palate with rich yet focused flavors and silky tannins. It is elegant, graceful, and one of the top Pinots of the year. 96+ rating.

  59. Jack Lawhorne

    Earthy aroma, medium-bodied with mushroom notes. Touches of raspberry preserves.

  60. Dudley Kroes

    Fantastic Pinot Noir.

  61. Betty Davis

    Great wine with a clear ruby color and a nice nose of red and darkening fruit, leather, and dried violets. Medium-bodied with medium+ acid and light tannins. Aging red fruit, touch of leather, violet, and spice. Medium to long finish. Will hold up longer, excited to see it in a year.

  62. Ann Neil

    Disagreeing with previous ratings, this DLC pinot noir is a beautiful choice.

  63. Margaret Duncan

    Delightful pinot. Herbal, savory, mineral. Long aftertaste.

  64. Michael Hall

    93 pts for a light-bodied Pinot Noir. Tannic at first, but opened up beautifully after 1.5 hrs. Delicate complexity with wild berries and earthy notes. Soft tannins with medium-low acidity. Great finish. Good value at $115. Enjoyment: 9/10. Maybe would buy again.

  65. Leland Schiavo

    Outstanding wine, courtesy of DLC.

  66. Samuel Banks

    This wine offers a mix of strawberry, cellar, broth, and cinnamon on the nose. It has medium acidity and volume, with red berries, herbal notes, and pronounced tannins. Overall, it delivers a big, sunny taste with a slight spice. Great bottle!

  67. Renee Donnerberg

    Approachable and balanced, this young wine is rich and full. Great now, with potential to reach 94-95 points. Promises a long life.

  68. Mary Moulton

    Complex and exceptional. Paired well with spicy shrimp, rice pilaf, and salad. Savory nose, medium acidity, medium tannins, lengthy finish.

  69. John Mathis

    Wow! This wine is a medium red with a nose reminiscent of strawberries and Rayas. It is extremely refined on the palate, although still quite young.

  70. Carolyn Edwards


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Critical Acclaim

WS 93
Wine Spectator
Juicy and driven, with a well-knit core of cherry and damson plum notes, laced with red tea and backed by a subtle flash of grilled herbs. The finish, which is underscored by nice focusing acidity, is steady and persistent as the fruit plays out with chalky minerality.
WE 97
Wine Enthusiast
This estate bottling shows the most vivid and accessible fruit qualities compared to the rest of the 2021 lineup. Dark berry aromas meet with rose, carnation, achiote and turned earth on the nose. The tightly structured palate's dark-fruit core is decorated in eucalyptus leaf, kalamata olive and strong, dank herb flavors.
WA 94
Wine Advocate
The 2021 Pinot Noir Bloom's Field has a pale ruby color and pretty, floral-driven aromas of raspberry, pomegranate, oolong tea, blood orange and lavender. Chalky, fresh and delicately styled, it's pleasantly austere with a more ethereal style than the other 2021s this vintage and finishes with uplifted citrusy tones.
JS 97
James Suckling
Riper fruit on the nose with ginger and perfectly ripened strawberries. Full-bodied, very tannic and powerful with density and length. Muscular and formed. Needs time to soften.

What does Domaine de la Cote Bloom's Field Pinot Noir 2021 taste like?

Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, mushroom

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

cherry, raspberry, red fruit

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, tobacco, vanilla

apple, stone fruit

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, plum, dark fruit

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

Citrus notes found in the wine

citrus, lemon, grapefruit

cheese, cream, oil

Vegetal notes found in the wine

tomato, grass, rhubarb

raisin, prune

mango, lychee, kiwi

Floral aromas found in the wine

violet, lavender, perfume

Food Pairing with Domaine de la Cote Bloom's Field Pinot Noir 2021

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