Freedom Run Winery 2015 Estate Pinot Noir

91 points

Bright cherry aromas are accented by notes of brown spice, leather and earthy tobacco.

This is a very young wine with many years ahead of it. Impactful and concentrated, the tannins are a bit youthful and apparent, but the ripe, juicy fruit still shines with an earthy edge with additional hints of cola and blood orange.

Producer: Freedom Run Winery
Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir
 Niagara Escarpment AVA
Vineyards: 60% Quast Vineyard, 15% Stone House Vineyard, 13% Nana Jean Vineyard, 12% Rosie’s Garden Vineyard
Oak Program: Assorted neutral and new French Oak (mostly second use) for 12 months
ABV: 12.5%
Price: $25

* Review sample provided by the winery


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