Review: 2017 Sonoma-Cutrer Rose of Pinot Noir Russian River Valley
The 2017 release of Sonoma-Cutrer’s rose of pinor noir is, as always, built to emulate a Provence-style wine, heavy with flowers and hints of strawberries, but remarkably dry on the finish. As with the 2016 release, I get touches of orange peel, though I don’t catch any of the brown sugar notes here like those I previously mentioned on the former wine’s conclusion. Nonetheless, it’s fresh as a daisy.
A- / $25 / sonomacutrer.com
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