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Tudor Pinot Noir Anderson Valley 2006
Chairman's SelectionTM
PLCB Code: 33169
Size: 750ML
Price: $19.99
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Tudor Pinot Noir Anderson Valley 2006

Region:USA > California > North Coast > Anderson Valley
Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Alcohol Content:14.3%

Availability in Pennsylvania

Availability in Pennsylvania:

  • Removed from the Chairman's SelectionTM list on October 7, 2013.

  • This wine is no longer available in Pennsylvania. The PLCB Code above may now be in use for a different product.

Average rating: three_one_half  3.50  (4 ratings)  Add a Rating

Average rating: three_one_half  3.50
(4 ratings)
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Rated by jonradus on June 29, 2013
Very light color. Potent nose of sea salt and cherry: light-style Burgundian. Smooth entry with more cherry and some orange rind that fades into cola and chocolate. The finish actually has some length despite how light this wine is. This isn't for the big Cali fans.

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Rated by J2K on June 30, 2013
Light bodied, black cherry flavor, dirt and tar, good acidity, more of an old world red burg which I prefer. Gave this plenty of time to breathe as I wanted it to get better but never got to a full harmony.

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Rated by dontime on June 30, 2013
JRad hit it on the head. Not for big the Cali fans. As noted, light bodied. Mine looked a little brown at the edges. Soft in the mouth with none of the bright fruit found in most Cali PNs. Interesting with the bottle age, but I don't think I'll be going back for more.

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jonradus - June 30, 2013 6:01PM

I concur. It was definitely a unique wine to try, especially with the age. It probably isn't a multi-purchase affair though. I may, however, try another to see about consistency.

Rated by pavineco on July 28, 2013
While it is true that I am more of an old world wine drinker, I feel like the comments here are somewhat misleading. This is not a "light-bodied" wine. It is lighter than most Cali Pinots, yes, but it is also 14.3% alcohol. I would describe it as a medium-bodied red that has enough acidity to pair well with a wide variety of foods, especially this time of year. It's also delicious and a good value at $20. More:

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