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Carbonic Pinot Noir 2022 - Winery | Custom Crush | Case Storage

Carbonic Pinot Noir 2022

Carbonic Pinot Noir 2022


This Pinot Noir from Sta Rita Hills AVA produced in a carbonic method is bright and fruity, which is perfect for those who prefer lighter-bodied Pinot Noir


This Carbonic Pinot Noir from Sta Rita Hills AVA produced in the carbonic method is a bright and fruity wine, with flavors of red berries, cherries, and light earthy & spicy notes. Perfect for those who prefer lighter-bodied, easy-drinking reds. It’s a great example of how the carbonic method can enhance the flavors and aromas of a wine, making it a unique and enjoyable experience.

Appearance: The wine has a bright ruby-red color with hints of violet around the rim.

Aroma: The nose is vibrant and fruity, with notes of ripe cherries, raspberry, cranberry, and pomegranate. There are also subtle hints of floral and spicy aromas, such as rose petals and black pepper.

Palate: On the palate, the wine is juicy and light-bodied, with soft tannins and lively acidity. The fruit flavors carry through from the nose, with an emphasis on cherry and raspberry. There is a slight sweetness to the wine that adds to its overall charm. The carbonic method gives the wine a distinct effervescence, which makes it feel lively and fresh.

Finish: The finish is smooth and lingering, with a pleasant aftertaste of red fruit and a touch of spice. The wine has a medium finish and is easy to drink, making it perfect for casual occasions or paired with a variety of dishes, such as grilled salmon or roasted chicken.

About Quinta Santa Rosa Vineyard

Quinta Santa Rosa Vineyard is located on Santa Rosa Road in the southeastern corner of the Sta. Rita Hills appellation. Its four acres are solely planted to Pinot Noir.

What does “Carbonic” mean?

“Carbonic” refers to a winemaking technique known as carbonic maceration, which involves fermenting whole grapes in a carbon dioxide-rich environment before crushing them. This process can result in wines with fruity and floral aromas and lower tannins.

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Single Bottle, 3pk Case