Lot 464 | 2022 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 750ml

Lot 464 | 2022 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 750ml

Regular price$24.00
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$90/bottle under the original label

A wine that routinely commands scores in the mid-to-high 90s from leading writers and publications, Lot 464 is a 100% single-vineyard Pinot Noir – a signature release of a distinguished family-run operation that has called Sonoma home since the early 1900s. A quick search online shows pricing of over $100/bottle at select retailers.


Available for purchase in the U.S. only excluding AL, AK, AR, DE, HI, MS, ND, RI, UT, WV.
We sourced a divine single-vineyard Pinot Noir from a historic house in the heart of the Russian River Valley. Old World elegance abounds in this American stalwart deeply imbued with Burgundian soul, and this wine routinely commands scores in the mid-to-high 90s from leading writers and publications.
 
Lot 464 is a 100% single-vineyard Pinot Noir – a signature release of a distinguished family-run operation that has called Sonoma home since the early 1900s. A quick search online shows pricing of over $100/bottle at select retailers, while members on the winery’s allocation list have the good fortune of only paying $90/bottle, $1,080/case. Don’t feel like paying quadruple digits? We’ve got you covered…
 
Our price: $24/bottle.
 
Nurtured in one of the oldest Pinot vineyards in a region that’s come to be defined by the varietal, these heirloom Pinot clones sit at a low point where the fog lingers longer and the well-draining sandy Goldridge loam runs deep. The extended growing season begets graceful ripening, yielding gorgeous fruit that was meticulously hand-selected and destemmed. Fermentation came with daily punch downs followed by 15 months of barrel aging, revealing a strikingly Burgundian character that could only be produced from immaculately grown grapes planted to world-class terroir.
 
Pouring a beautiful ruby hue into the glass, this Sonoma stunner erupts with seductive aromatics of raspberry, spice, cinnamon, and potpourri. The sensory journey continues on the palate with an interplay of raspberry compote, tobacco leaves, and dried herbs buoyed by deftly balanced acidity. Gracefully transitioning into a thoroughly dry finish exquisitely framed by small, grippy tannins, a secondary wave of iris, violets, and raspberries leaves a lasting impression of sophistication and refinement.
 

13.1% alc


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