We picked up a bottle of this wine in Colorado, whilst Spring Breaking. Angeline Winery is a Russian River Valley that sources grapes from all over California, vilifies them, then blends them to create the wine they are after. For the 2013 California Pinot Noir, each lot is destemmed, fermented in stainless steel tanks, then pressed and racked to 35% new French oak barrels for secondary fermentation and aging. Pretty garnet color; nice basic Pinot with red berry and cherry aromas, backed by a hint of orange citrus; more cherries and berries on the palate; round mouthfeel into a smooth finish; twist-off closure; SRP $10.
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