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2010 Bishop’s Peak Pinot Noir
Wine Specs
Vintage
2010
Varietal
Pinot Noir
Appellation
Arroyo Grande Valley, Nipomo, Edna Valley & Paso Robles
Harvest Date
August 31-September 21, 2010
Aging
10 months
Fermentation
20% new French Oak barrels
Bottling Date
July, 2011
Wine Enthusiast
89
Stephen Tanzer's
89

2010 Bishop’s Peak Pinot Noir

Dark fruit flavors are predominant with cherry and cigar box notes and an expansive finish.

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The 2010 Bishop’s Peak Pinot Noir offers aromas of boysenberry, cherry, and juicy plum with hints of forest floor. Dark fruit flavors are predominant with cherry and cigar box notes and an expansive finish. Enjoy this wine paired with salmon or pork tenderloin.

Wine Profile
Ratings
89 Points. Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar. Vivid red.  Fresh red berries and spices on the fragrant nose.  Juicy and precise, with good depth to its strawberry and raspberry flavors.  Shows very good intensity on the finish, which is tight, linear and nicely persistent.

89 Points. Editor's Choice. Wine Enthusiast, April 2012. Bishop's Peak which is the second label of Talley, has been turning out some of the best Pinot Noirs at this price point in California. Their 2010 is elegant and delicious, with savory cherry, persimmon and spice flavors. Drink it now. -S.H.
Vineyard Notes
The 2010 growing season began with average rainfall for the season and a warm spring that allowed for excellent fruit set. Yields were moderate for pinot noir. The summer featured foggy mornings followed by cool afternoons with daily high temperatures in the mid 70s. A six day warm period in mid-September finished ripening the crop. Acidity was higher than normal due to the cool season.
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