2010 Donelan Pinot Noir Two Brothers
10 Ratings
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10 Ratings
2010 Donelan Pinot Noir Two Brothers

Wine Details

Vineyard

Donelan

Varietal

Pinot Noir

Style

Red

Winemaker's Notes

Our love of Pinot noir is driven by spice-laden fruit on palates of tension and finesse. The lush fruit of California Pinot noir can be balanced by cool sites where raspberry and cherry notes are complemented with savory elements inherent in the fruit. We desire to preserve freshness with sensible harvest timing and whole cluster fermentation adds structure and spice to the palate. Named for Joe Donelan’s two sons, The Two Brothers is our offering of the most ethereal varietal on the planet. Pure ripe red raspberry, licorice and strawberry pour through an abundance of spices including cedar, cardamom, and vanilla. Perhaps more aromatically expressive than the 2009 the palate is extremely layered and broad, but focused and tense all the while. With time, we expect the wine to add weight, more fleshiness, and leather. Increasing your pleasure and increasing what is already a beautiful and lengthy finish. Be rewarded with patience, but good luck resisting if you open one bottle. Few have prevailed in refraining from opening another.

Shipping Information

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Vineyard

Donelan

Varietal

Pinot Noir

Style

Red

Our love of Pinot noir is driven by spice-laden fruit on palates of tension and finesse. The lush fruit of California Pinot noir can be balanced by cool sites where raspberry and cherry notes are complemented with savory elements inherent in the fruit. We desire to preserve freshness with sensible harvest timing and whole cluster fermentation adds structure and spice to the palate. Named for Joe Donelan’s two sons, The Two Brothers is our offering of the most ethereal varietal on the planet. Pure ripe red raspberry, licorice and strawberry pour through an abundance of spices including cedar, cardamom, and vanilla. Perhaps more aromatically expressive than the 2009 the palate is extremely layered and broad, but focused and tense all the while. With time, we expect the wine to add weight, more fleshiness, and leather. Increasing your pleasure and increasing what is already a beautiful and lengthy finish. Be rewarded with patience, but good luck resisting if you open one bottle. Few have prevailed in refraining from opening another.