2004 Martinelli - Pinot Noir Zio Tony Ranch 750ml

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Professional Reviews For This Wine


International Wine Cellar | Rating: 90

($50) Bright, deep red. Pretty if subdued aromas of cherry and raspberry. Lush and sweet, with enticing, clean red fruit flavors; in this wine's normally voluptuous style. Not the last word in complexity but offers terrific fruit and supple texture. Finishes with broad, building tannins. I'd enjoy this wine over the next year or two for its youthful fruit.

Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 126

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Customer Reviews For This Wine


Rating: 95
Author: Gregory H928
Tasted On: 02/10/2009
Outstanding, beautiful nose, earthy with lots of fruit. Ready to drink now.

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Martinelli Winery is steeped in tradition - the founders were Giuseppe Martinelli and Luisa Vellutini, originally from a village in Tuscany, who eloped as teenagers and landed in Sonoma in 1887. Though resources were scarce, Giuseppe, armed with extensive viticultural knowledge, earned and borrowed enough to purchase a bit of land - the current 60-degree slope which is now known as Jackass Hill Vineyard. The first vines planted were Zinfandel and Muscat Alexandria. When Giuseppe passed away in 1918, his youngest son, Leno, just 12 years old, became responsible for tending the family's steep hillside. His family said only a jackass would be stubborn enough to farm that torturous slope and thus, it earned its name.

In 1973 Lee, Sr., Leno's son, took over management of his Uncle Tony Bondi's estate in the Russian River Valley and made his mark as a premium grape grower. He and his wife Carolyn realized the potential of their crops and started their own winery and tasting room in two converted hop barns. A chance meeting with Helen Turley in 1993 introduced a slew of progressive viticultural and cellar practices that catapulted them to the next level.

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