Sutro Pinot Noir 2021

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14.50% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2021
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Named after the esteemed winery and crafted by the talented winemaker Alice Warnecke Sutro, the Sutro Pinot Noir 2021 hails from the renowned Alexander Valley appellation. Nestled within the picturesque vineyards of the Warnecke Ranch, this low-production wine is a true gem, with only 136 cases produced. The vineyard itself boasts 100% Certified Sustainable practices, reflecting a commitment to environmental stewardship and the creation of exceptional wines.

With its roots firmly planted in the Pommard Clone, a Pinot Noir clone from the Burgundy region of France, this wine beautifully showcases the remarkable adaptability of the grape in the slightly warmer climate of Alexander Valley. The result is a wine that exudes elegance and finesse.

In the glass, the Sutro Pinot Noir 2021 displays a radiant ruby hue that entices the senses. The aromas dance gracefully, revealing wild summer raspberries, fresh cherries, and enticing plum jam. As the bouquet unfolds, delicate notes of vanilla bean emerge, harmonizing with subtle hints of cocoa and bergamot tea.

On the palate, this Pinot Noir offers a delightful journey of flavors. The juicy raspberries and cherries from the nose take center stage, supported by luscious plum jam. The experience is elevated by the presence of velvety smoothness and a luxurious, creamy texture that envelops the mouth. It’s akin to the sensation of slipping into silk pajamas after a relaxing, warm bath—a truly indulgent experience.

The Sutro Pinot Noir 2021 showcases the expertise of Alice Warnecke Sutro, bringing together the unique characteristics of the Pommard Clone with the distinct terroir of Alexander Valley. This wine captures the essence of the region, combining the elegance of Burgundy with the richness and depth that can be found in wines from this exceptional appellation.

Indulge in the Sutro Pinot Noir 2021, a limited-edition masterpiece that encapsulates the artistry and passion of Sutro Wine.

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What does Sutro Pinot Noir 2021 taste like?


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Earthy Flavors of the wine

cocoa, stone

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

raspberry, cherry cola

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, cola

stone fruit

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

plum, black cherry, spiced plum

Food Pairing with Sutro Pinot Noir 2021

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Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir, a name derived from the French words for 'pine' and 'black,' refers to both a red-wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera and the wines predominantly made from these grapes. This grape varietal is celebrated for its tightly clustered, pinecone-shaped bunches of fruit. It has a reputation for being a delicate and challenging grape to cultivate and transform into wine, but it yields some of the most highly prized and expressive wines in the world. 2. Growing Regions: Climate and Soil Pinot Noir thrives in cooler climates, making it a staple in regions like Burgundy (France), Oregon's Willamette Valley (USA), Central Otago (New Zealand), and parts of Australia like Yarra Valley and Tasmania. The success of Pinot Noir in these areas can be attributed to specific...Please check Pinot Noir for more information

Winemaker of Sutro Pinot Noir 2021

Alice Warnecke Sutro

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Alexander Valley
 

Nestled in the heart of Sonoma County, north of the charming city of Healdsburg, lies the Alexander Valley AVA, a jewel in the crown of American Viticulture. Renowned for its sprawling vineyards and rich viticultural heritage, this region has etched its name in the annals of wine history. Named after the pioneer Cyrus Alexander, who once held a portion of the historic Rancho Sotoyome Mexican land grant, Alexander Valley AVA's journey to fame is as robust and flavorful as its wines.

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