Pinot Noir finale for the 2014 Thanksgiving dinner recommendations will sum-up Pinot Noir red wines to be recommended (or not) by New Hampshire's wine taster for the common man or woman who may like an opinion of locally bought wines.
I consider this a BIG responsibility, as many have disagreed with my judgments, but many more have found those judgments straight and true.
These last six Pinot Noir Wines were blind tasted, and since I buy all my own wines, except for an occasional gift, which none of these were, you can rest assured that I was even-handed at my scoring of these wines. Keep in mind that two of my last reviews were beautiful Brunello Montalcino red wines that out-shown these Pinot Noir wines; I highly recommend Brunello wines in general, but also keep in mind that their prices are considerably higher than these six.
I'm open to all opinions.
Acrobat Oregon 2012 Pinot Noir, $17.99-$19.99, 84 points
Domaine Serene Yamhill Cuvée 2008 Pinot Noir, $29.99-$39.99, 88 points
Garnet Vineyards Monterey County 2012 Pinot Noir, $11.19-$15.99, 85 points
Kendall Jackson Grand Reserve 2012 Pinot Noir, $17.59-$24.99, 84 points
KRIS IGT 2012 Pinot Noir (Italy), $9.59-$14.99, 85 points
Ponzi Willamette Valley Travola 2011 Pinot Noir, $20.39-$26.99, 87 points
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