Thursday, November 10, 2011

667 Monterey 2010 Pinot Noir

667 Monterey 2010 Pinot Noir,
 $14.99, 88+ points.
I found this wine at The Londonderry, NH Hannaford's Supermarket.
Drinking a Monterey PN was instigated by, Steve Heimoff in his Nov. 8 post, where he lets us all know that he would be in Monterey Town on Saturday doing a live program and reviewing some "big-guns" wines. So, I reverted to doing one more Pinot Noir to celebrate with all those folks having a grand-ole-time.
667 Monterey 2010 Pinot Noir (I have tried their 337 Cabernet and their 181 Merlot, both top QPR wines) is a dark magenta with violet hints, the tart cherry on the nose is complimented by earth, cinnamon, a bit of grape-blueberry.
This Pinot is very fresh and very smooth, a quaffer with lots of juicy blueberry, blackberry, and hints of cran-cherry, and having an easy finish of spiced plum. Quite a nice wine for the full price of just $14,99.


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  1. PN's don't really do it for me, Dennis. But am willing to be set straight with a good one. Hoping you have a decent one leftover upon my return.

  2. I'll take a large glass of Angry Orchid please! I love the taste of that stuff, and apples are good for you!