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2006 Fogdog (Joseph Phelps) - Pinot Noir


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SKU: 153233-2006
  • Burghound | Rating: 87

    This is crafted in a lighter and more elegant style and features a layered, ripe and expressive nose of cranberry and raspberry aromas that lead to nicely rich, round and supple barely middle weight flavors that possess a sappy mouth feel on the textured and lingering finish. This is a largely fruit-driven effort that could easily be approached now. Note that I was a bit surprised by a touch of finishing warmth, given the very reasonably alcohol level indicated on the label; decanting is recommended as the natural carbon dioxide present in the wine is meant to preserve its delicate character. Unfined and unfiltered
    Author: Allen Meadows
    Issue: 4th Quarter, 2009
  • Self | Rating: 4

    Author: tommy
  • Self | Rating: 75

    Author: Howard R
  • Self | Rating: 90

    Bright, classic pinot nose of sour cherry, seems to be thinning out and losing steam but very smooth. After it was open for nearly an hour it starting showing forth more, deeper complex flavors. Nonetheless, easy to drink and very approachable.
    Drink Dates: 2009-2012
    Author: Rossboss
  • Self | Rating: 88

    Drank at Braves year end party. Good color and body. Needed 15 minutes to unwind. Nice fruit, ood mouth feel, nothing great but a nice wie for the money. Perfect for a summer day, year end Little league party.
    Author: Bryon

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Collector Data For This Wine

  • 122 bottles owned
  • 32 collectors
  • Average collector rating: 86
    (Out of 32 collectors)