Sokol Blosser 2001 Twelve Row Block Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Cellar Selection

The name refers to a small section of vineyard planted in 1975, in the heart of a mini-banana belt in the area. It's a gorgeous looking wine, that breathes class and elegance. Well-defined cranberry, raspberry and cherry fruit flavors come to a focused middle; it's a high-wire style, still young and fresh, but certainly ageworthy. Cellar Candidate (6 – 10 years). Paul Gregutt

Print a Shelf Talker Label
  • Alcohol
  • Bottle Size
  • Category
  • Date Published
  • User Avg Rating
    Not rated yet [Add Your Review]
When you buy something through our link, we may earn a small commission. Wine Enthusiast does not accept money for editorial wine reviews. Read more about our policy.
Blind tasting icons How We Blind Taste