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Glasshaus Wines 2014 Pinot Noir

Glasshaus Wines

2014 Pinot Noir
Bottle Size: 750ml, 12/cs
Region: Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, CA


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With each case (12 bottle) purchase of the 2014 Glasshaus Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, you'll enjoy a personal, interactive video chat session with Winemaker Rodney Gagnon. Invite your friends and make it a virtual wine tasting party!
Tasting Notes:
“Great wine for the greater good,” Glasshaus is a true community supported winery that places purpose over profit – and is making remarkable wines. Soft and silky, the 2014 Pinot Noir shows off a delicate, transparent bright ruby red color. Aromas of fresh red cherry fruit, minerality and a hint of smokiness are complimented by earthy notes – think the freshness and crushed twigs of hiking through a forest. The palate is vibrant, yet silky, with lovely red fruit flavors, a hint of vanilla and a delightfully refreshing, lingering finish.
Tasting Notes by Carrie Schuster, Chief Marketing Angel
  • Grapes
    100% Pinot Noir
  • Region
    238 cases
  • Production
    238 cases
  • Alcohol
  • Ageability
    Drink or hold for the next 3-4 years

Rodney Gagnon

About the Winemaker:
About the Vineyard:
Additional Winemaker Notes:
  • Fruit from Sangiacomo Fedrick Vineyard and Sangiacomo Robert’s Road
  • Clones: Dijon 115 (34%), Pommard (66%)
Food Pairing Suggestions:
Pinot Noir is frequently suggested as an ideal wine for a wide range of food pairings. Why? This grape is known for its higher acidity which helps cut through the savory richness of many dishes, while its lighter to medium body will compliment, not overpower food. Try with roasted turkey, duck confit or a filet of beef au poivre. Experiment with vegetarian dishes like breaded mushrooms, roasted vegetables and Porcini mushroom risotto. Try fruit-based sauces to compliment the red fruit notes in the wine. Doing a cheese tray? Consider camembert, brie and gruyere. Share your favorite food and wine pairing photos with us @CellarAngels on Instagram and tag #CellarAngelsPairings for a chance at a $25 eGift card!
About the Winery
Glasshaus Wines Serendipity! Every winery has a special story of how they came to be, but a bike accident in Burgundy initiating a passion for winemaking? It's true. Boston born, Rodney Gagnon met the mayor of a quaint Burgundy town while recovering. One taste of the mayor's privately produced wines and Rodney was hooked. Learn more