"A very good wine with special qualities" Wine Spectator
Napa, California (PRWEB) September 17, 2015
Wine Spectator magazine has reviewed Manross Donnelly Creek Pinot Noir 2013, "a very good wine with special qualities" (Wine Spectator-September 2015 Issue), an impressive achievement for a wine under $55, and the inaugural vintage. It is an honor for winemaker, Heather Manross, to be ranked alongside such iconic producers as Williams Selyem, Kistler, Cakebread, Robert Mondavi, and Peter Michael.
This single-vineyard, boutique production offering from Manross Wines is a beautiful and pure expression of the Pinot Noir varietal and the renowned 2013 vintage. Additional reviews and press are forthcoming and the limited inventory is selling rapidly, with only 50 cases produced. Purchasers of the 2013 vintage will receive guaranteed allocation offers on all future vintages. Order now to receive this exquisite Pinot Noir in time for the upcoming holidays!
Wine Spectator Tasting Notes - "Shows a sweet-sour edge to the blackberry and wild berry flavors, which give this a juicy presence before the fine-grained tannins become more evident. Drink now through 2020." - James Laube
Winemaking - Heather's approach is rooted in balance and non-manipulation during every phase of the winemaking process, focused on achieving an age-worth style that reflects the purity of the fruit. By sourcing from meticulously maintained vineyards in California's cooler appellations, the result is fresh and structured Pinot Noir that expresses it terroir with poise.