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2013 Kosta Browne Rosellas Vineyard Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

750 ml

2013 Kosta Browne Rosellas Vineyard Pinot Noir 750ml bottle
$115.00
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The 2013 Kosta Browne Rosellas Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 750ml is from the Santa Lucia Highlands region of California. Kosta Browne is known for their intensely-flavored and balanced wines from the Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast and Santa Lucia Highlands appellations. Founders Dan Kosta, Michael Browne and Chris Costello have watched their hard work pay off, rising from (essentially) garagistes in 1997 to one of the most sought-after pinot noirs from California. In fact, I recently read that the current wine club membership is maxed out at around 12,000 members and there are currently over 15,000 on the waitlist! Their 2009 Sonoma Coast received Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year award. If you love big pinots and chardonnays, then this is definitely the wine for you.

wa93
Wine Advocate 93 points

A classic representation of this first rate site, the 2013 Pinot Noir Rosella's Vineyard offers a pretty, perfumed style in its black raspberry, rose petal, violets and floral bouquet. Tight, reserved and slightly backwards, it has beautiful purity of fruit and ample tannin, which is a defining character in the vintage. It's another effort from this team that needs short term cellaring.-JD

ws93
Wine Spectator 93 points

This generous red offers ripe plum, raspberry and wild berry flavors, with hints of crushed rock, wilted rose, fresh-cut herbs and a measure of creamy, vanilla-tinged oak. The tannins are well-integrated. Drink now through 2021. 549 cases made.-JL

VN91
Vinous 91 points

The 2013 Pinot Noir Rosella's Vineyard presents an intriguing combination of Santa Lucia Highlands fruit and distinctly cool, savory aromatics. Hints of rose petal, mint, crushed flowers and cinnamon come together in a supple, highly expressive Pinot with tons of near and medium-term appeal. -Antonio Galloni (05/2015)