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2017 Cross Creek Winery Central Coast, California Pinot Noir

This rich, juicy, fresh wine offers notes of red cherry, boysenberry, raspberry, vanilla, toast, caramel and baking spice.

2017 Cross Creek Winery Central Coast, California Pinot Noir

Country: United States

Brand: Cross Creek Winery

Varietal: Pinot Noir

Vintage: 2017

Item #: 45277

$22.99/ea.
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About This Wine:

Dotted with funky ocean-side communities, beaches far less crowded than those to the south, a world-class aquarium and so much more, it has become a magnet for vacationing Californians from both Southern California and Northern California.

Just a few miles inland from the ocean, running roughly from Santa Barbara to Monterey, you’ll find what has become known as the Central Coast Wine Region. There, an array of microclimates make possible the growing of numerous winegrape varieties, including the cooler climes-loving Pinot Noir.

Cross Creek Winery’s 2017 Pinot Noir was crafted from grapes grown in select Central Coast vineyards. After ripening to perfection, the grapes were brought in to the winery, crushed into numerous cuvees, placed in barrels to settle, and then blended to create a wine that is rich, juicy, fresh and an absolute delight to drink. Our tasting panel considers it a quintessential Central Coast Pinot Noir.

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