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Rickshaw Pinot Noir
Rickshaw Pinot Noir
Rickshaw Pinot Noir

2011 Rickshaw Pinot Noir

Variety
Variety
Pinot Noir
Vintage
Vintage
2011
Style
Style
Juicy
Region / Country
Region / Country
California, USA
This delicious and soulful Pinot Noir is blended from grapes grown in several of California’s premier Pinot Noir regions.
$15.00 / each
Member Price: $13.50
This product is currently sold out in our wine shop but may be available in one of our gift packs.
Inside Story
The grape sources for this Pinot Noir include Mendocino’s Anderson Valley (arguably Pinot Noir’s most promising frontier), the proven Sonoma Coast, and Santa Barbara County, a cool area north of Los Angeles. All three areas routinely produce wines that sell for $40 a bottle.

Making a high-quality Pinot Noir for under $20 is no easy feat. You need high-quality fruit from cool spots near the coast, and those primo grapes don’t come cheap. The very best vintners excel at blending a bit from here and a bit from there to craft an unusually complex, coherent wine from disparate sources. It’s an art, really. The fine folks at Rickshaw set out to deliver satisfying wines at a reasonable price, and in recent years they’ve developed a reputation for doing just that. They also have a conscience, and have committed to donating five percent of their profits to charities in places where their wines are sold.
In the Glass
This fragrant, gently oaked red has aromas of baking spice and black cherry leading into effortlessly graceful red currant, five spice and morel mushroom flavors, with the restraint and finesse expected of a fine Pinot Noir.
At the Table
Pinot Noir is one of the most versatile red wines, but it has a special affinity for rich fish, like salmon or tuna. This one is also a good match for mushrooms, creamy and pungent cow’s milk cheeses, braised beef, tea-smoked roast duck with a cherry sauce, or a simple roast chicken.

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