Dumol Russian River Valley Wester Reach Pinot Noir 2021

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14.10% /
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Vintage: 2021
  • WE 95
  • JS 95
  • VIN 92
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Dumol Russian River Valley Wester Reach Pinot Noir 2021, expertly crafted by the renowned winemaker Andy Smith, is a captivating embodiment of classic coastal Russian River terroir. This exceptional vintage radiates with a brilliant ruby hue, exuding a bouquet of crisp red apple skin, vibrant red cherry, and the deep richness of wild berries. Delicate notes of hibiscus and fresh mint intertwine with a subtle hint of pepper, layered over a complex woodsy essence, creating a multi-dimensional aromatic experience.

On the palate, the wine showcases an impeccable balance of succulent red and black fruits, harmoniously complemented by nuanced black tea tannins and a lively, invigorating acidity. With a sleek and focused finish, the wine maintains its vibrancy, leaving a lingering aromatic lift that speaks to the wine’s remarkable finesse and depth.

This exceptional vintage has garnered high praise from esteemed critics. James Suckling awards it a notable 95 points, lauding its structure and complexity, while Wine Enthusiast commends its lively fruit flavors and mouthwatering texture, also awarding it 95 points. Vinous adds to the acclaim with a score of 92 points, highlighting its explosive vibrancy and alluring fruit-forward profile. Dumol Russian River Valley Wester Reach Pinot Noir 2021 stands as a testament to Dumol’s unwavering commitment to producing wines of exceptional quality that authentically reflect the unique terroir of the Russian River Valley.


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Critical Acclaim

WE 95
Wine Enthusiast
Vivid, brilliant, focused fruit flavors light up this lively, almost-electric wine while racy acidity and lightly gripping tannins give a mouthwatering texture that won’t quit. While totally delicious and appetizing now, the wine is certainly built to age well.
JS 95
James Suckling
A wine with a lot of back end, with dark fruits of blackberry and cherry. Ripe strawberry. Hints of toasted oak and smoke. It’s full and layered with very firm and polished tannins. Very serious and real, and shows the structure of the vintage. Some chocolate. Strawberry pie, too. Drinkable but two to three years of age will help it.
VIN 92
The 2021 Pinot Noir Wester Reach is fabulous. Bright and explosive, the Wester Reach is a fabulous introduction to the vintage at DuMOL. Red/purplish fruit, lavender, rose petal and kirsch are all pushed forward. This vibrant Russian River Pinot Noir is a total knock out.

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Winemaker of Dumol Russian River Valley Wester Reach Pinot Noir 2021

Andy smith

Andy Smith

Andy Smith, the accomplished winemaker and viticulturist, has played a pivotal role at DuMOL since 1997. With a deep passion for winemaking, he has dedicated over two decades to crafting exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroirs of Sonoma County's Russian River Valley and the Sonoma Coast. Known for his expertise in the art and science of winemaking, Andy's commitment to quality and precision shines through in every bottle of DuMOL wine. He has been instrumental in the development of DuMOL's estate vineyards and the establishment of strong relationships with renowned growers in California. Andy Smith's leadership and experience have been integral to DuMOL's journey, solidifying the winery's reputation as a sought-after producer of site-expressive wines. His tireless... More Products
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