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We had the great fortune to review a selection of offerings from Flat Top Hills round this time final 12 months. And we proceed that success into 2022 with the chance to evaluation winemaker Randy Herron’s 2021 Pinot Noir. We’re a bit delayed resulting from an unlucky bout of Covid that robbed me of the power to even odor essentially the most pungent of peated Islay malts, however higher late than by no means. Let’s give it a whirl.
Vivid cherry notes paved the way on the preliminary presentation, with strawberry jam and a faint contact of mint on the nostril growing with a while within the glass. There’s an look of plum and lightweight minerality on the mildly acidic palate, however issues just about keep straight within the heart of the crimson fruit discovered on the nostril. The end is lengthy and lingering, with tobacco leaf and cedar rippling round each other. It’s pleasant and delightfully inexpensive, and the type of bottle designed for conversations over night campfires.
B+ / $16 / flattopwines.com