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Laetitia Pinot Noir Reserve du Domaine 750ML 2011
Sku: 31768
Product Rating
Critics Ratings:     (2)
Product Information
Country: United States
Region: California
Sub-Region: San Luis Obispo
Appellation: Arroyo Grande Valley
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Still wine
Reg. $59.99
Web Only Sale $42.91
Buy Laetitia Pinot Noir Reserve du Domaine
Vinous 90 points - Bright ruby-red. Smoky cherry and floral scents are complicated by notes of licorice, cola and mocha. Fleshy and broad on entry, then more taut in the mid-palate, offering bitter cherry and lavender pastille flavors and a touch of succulent herbs. Shows an appealingly sweet quality on the finish, which lingers with very good, spicy tenacity.  (Nov 2013)

Wine Enthusiast 89 points - Brisk, citrusy acidity acts as a lever to the raspberry and cherry fruit flavors, lifting them to bright zestiness. The wine is a vintner’s blend of barrels from across the large vineyard. There’s a jammy directness that makes it instantly tasty, but it’s not an ager. Drink now. (Sep 2013)

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Wine maker notes
The Reserve du Domaine Pinot Noir is our winemaker’s Tete de Cuvee or “head of the class.” Eric Hickey selects individual barrels that represent the best of each vintage and show superior body, complexity and longevity.

Technical notes
Alcohol: 14.3%

The Laetitia Estate Vineyards were first planted to grapes in 1982 when French viticulturists found ideal growing conditions in the Arroyo Grande Valley for producing wines of similar character to those of their homeland in Epernay, France. Nineteen years later, the property would be acquired by Selim Zilkha, founder of a successful wind power development company and champion of environmental sustainability. Between his qualifications in renewable energy solutions and his passion for the pleasures of the harvest, Selim has developed Laetitia into the home of some of California’s highest quality, sustainably-produced wines.

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