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The Crusher Pinot Noir, Wilson Vineyard, Clarksburg, California, USA 2018

California, USA


Tasting Notes

The Crusher Pinot Noir is a bright, vivid red color with layered aromas of black cherry, rhubarb and subtle spiced smoke. On the palate it tastes of juicy cranberry fruit, rose petals, black tea and melted chocolate. The well-balanced wine has great purity of fruit, smooth tannins and nice acidity which leads to a lengthy finish. Aged with 100% French oak.

Food Matches

Roast Chicken, Stews, Casseroles & Porcini Mushrooms

Wine Profile

Wine Type Red Wine

Vintage 2018

Style Medium Bodied Reds

Country USA

Region California

Grower Name Don Sebastiani

Grape Variety Pinot Noir 94%

ABV 14.50%

Closure Natural Cork

Bottle Size 75cl

Allergens Sulphites



Don Sebastiani

Don Sebastiani

Don Sebastiani & Sons strive to produce quality wine at an approachable price. Winemaker Greg Kitchens works to create great wines that are identifable as a reliable purchase, and Greg has developed a distinctive character for each one of their wines. Each one's individual profile evolves with changes in established vineyard relationships, available fruit and flavour… Read More

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California is situated on the west coast of the United States, and represents approximately 90% of the country's production. It is famed as a producer of high quality wines from excellent terroir, high levels of sunshine ensuring full ripeness and ocean breezes that temper the climate. Red wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir are much vaunted, while other… Read More

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