2005 Ambullneo - Pinot Noir Canis Major 750ml

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Wine Advocate | Rating: 90

The 2005 Pinot Noir Canis Major is a blend of fruit from both northern and southern California. The two biggest components are the Solomon Hills Vineyard in the Santa Maria Valley and the Hyde Vineyard in Carneros. A deep ruby/purple hue is accompanied by sweet raspberry, pepper, and earthy notes. It is a fleshy, medium to full-bodied, spicy, long, fruity Pinot to drink over the next 4-5 years.

Drink Dates: 2012-2012
Author: Robert Parker
Issue: 172

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Greg Linn strives to make the very best Pinot, Chardonnay, and Syrah possible at Ambullneo Vineyards, where the motto is "whatever it takes." No cluster is safe from being dropped to the ground, both in the vineyard and on the sorting table, and no barrel is safe from being rejected and never making it to the final product.

As Linn's source vineyards have more age, Ambullneo now produces vineyard specific wines as well as cuvees.

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