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Zoetic Wines 2014 "Block 21" Pinot Noir

Zoetic Wines

2014 Pinot Noir
Bottle Size: 750ml, 12/cs
Region: Russian River Valley, Sonoma, CA


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Enhance your collection: With each 6 bottle purchase of the 2014 Block 21 Pinot Noir, receive one (1) entry into a drawing for a 2-box set of Zoetic Wines' pre-released 2015 Pinot Noirs (Retail value $110).

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Tasting Notes:
Made from 100% Pommard clone from vineyard block 21, this Pinot is aged in 100% new French oak barrel for 11 months and bottled unfined and unfiltered. Translucent with a bright garnet in color, this wine offers aromas of dark cherry, plum, cranberry, earthy forest floor and subtly nutty notes from its well-integrated use of oak. On the palate it is medium-bodied with a prominent acidity, medium tannins and spicy notes, making it versatile for a wide range of food pairings (check out our recommendations below). I love the finish...layered and clean, begging for another sip whether on its own or paired with your favorite cuisine.
Tasting notes by Carrie Schuster, Chief Marketing Angel
  • Grapes
    100% Pinot Noir
  • Region
    Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, CA
  • Production
    Only 1 barrel produced
  • Alcohol
  • Ageability

Kim Vance

About the Winemaker:
About the Vineyard:
Additional Winemaker Notes:
  • 100% of fruit from Block 21 Vineyard
  • 100% Pommard clone

93 points, Wine Enthusiast

Food Pairing Suggestions:
Pinot Noir tends to be quite a versatile wine for a range of food pairing ideas. Try this wine with pork, lamb, chicken or turkey. Its full body will also work nicely with steak! Meatier fish, lighter pasta dishes and vegetarian items are good matches. Cheeses such as aged Gouda, Gruyere, Cheddar and Parmesan are also excellent food partners.
About the Winery
Zoetic Wines Kim has long been a wine lover and enthusiast. She has taken countless trips to wine country over the years, but it was one visit in particular that changed the course of her life. The financial sector was a great career for Kim. She did well and enjoyed her life in Houston, but once bitten by the winemaking bug, she and her husband packed their belongings and headed for Northern California. Following her passion, she settled on Russian River Valley as an artistic canvas and focused on learning the idiosyncrasies of her favorite finicky grape, Pinot Noir. Learn more