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Perfectly Priced Pinot Noir Trio (12 Bottle)

Pinot Noir has been referred to as the "...trophy grape!" or the "the proverbial femme fatale of grapes" by Eric Asimov, the trusted wine critic for The New York Times. Throughout the first half of the year, our wine team has searched high and low for the best of the best in the world of Pinot Noir and we have a trio of Pinot Noirs that we guarantee will knock your socks (or flip flops) off.

Perfectly Priced Pinot Noir Trio (12 Bottle)
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2018 Laetitia 'Limite' Santa Barbara County, California Pinot Noir 2018 Laetitia 'Limite' Santa Barbara County, California Pinot Noir
The combination of Old World winemaking and New World fruit makes for an amazing wine-drinking experience. Delightful and satisfying on its own, it’s also the ideal wine to serve with a French dip sandwich.
2017 Precarious Oregon Pinot Noir Rosé 2017 Precarious Oregon Pinot Noir Rosé
Elusive and elegant, the 2017 Precarious Pinot Noir Rosé is ready to enjoy but also can gracefully age for a few more years. It’s nicely balanced with beautiful fruit, refreshing acidity and a soft, lingering finish.
2019 Firesteed Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2019 Firesteed Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
The 2019 Firesteed Pinot certainly evokes a Burgundian profile with its earthy and mineral-driven personality. Its silky texture provides a pillow for the big cherry and cranberry fruit flavors, complemented by earth and oak notes. Raise a glass and toast a true Oregon Pinot pioneer.

NOTE: Because these wines are all in very limited supply, substitutions for wines similar in character and of equal or higher value may occasionally be made.

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