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2014 Joseph Phelps 'Freestone' Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
"The Joseph Phelps Freestone Pinot Noir floored me. This is a dark, intense Pinot Noir that is going to please the purists and the newbies too. Spicy black cherries seal the deal on this one from the Sonoma Coast." - Tom Miller, Wine Scout
While more famous for Cabernet, everything Phelps does is absolutely top-shelf. Look for aromatic red cherry and raspberry in this one, along with savory spices, fresh cut herbs and floral notes. Red plum, currants and cranberries dominate the palate followed by a suggestion of white pepper in the finish. A must-have.
$44.96 btl/mixed case*
* Purchase 12 bottles or more and receive a 10% discount.
Joseph Phelps has long been one of Napa Valley’s stalwarts. For more than 30 years, they have been a pacesetter for critically acclaimed wines. As Robert Parker wrote of their flagship red, 'The Insignia cuvée has been one of Napa’s great Cabernet Sauvignon-based wines since its inception in 1974' and Wine Spectator observed that Phelps is 'one of Napa Valley's benchmark Cabernet Sauvignon producers.' Their focus is on world-class standards, top growers and meticulous cellar triage with Insignia seeing only the best components each year. Phelps has a web of vineyards that would make any winemaker excited to go to work. The winery has been working exclusively with estate-owned fruit sources since 2004, and their specific sites are exceptional. They know every nuance of the land and can conjure magic and bottle thunder. And as evidenced by the press for the 2008 Insignia, Phelps’ continued march towards exclusively estate-owned vineyards is paying handsome rewards.About Joseph Phelps
Total Varietal Composition in %:
100% Pinot Noir
750 ML BOTTLE
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