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Peay Vineyards Pinot Noir Pomarium Sonoma Coast 2021

$144.99 x 6

(price per 750ml bottle) - sold in cases of 6 bottles
In stock. Available for purchase online by the unmixed case.

Additional information

Bottles per case

6

Price range per bottle

$100.00 and over

Unit

750

Grape variety

Pinot Noir

Vintage

2021

Country

California

Region

Sonoma County

Sub region

Sonoma Coast

Winery

Wine type

Red Table Wine

Payment Type

cc

Collection

Peay Vineyards

Pomarium, Latin for “apple orchard”, is a reference to the vineyard’s history as a fruit orchard, planted to Bartlett pears and Gravenstein apples. Many of these 100-year-old trees surround the vineyards to this day.

This farming heritage is an important connection to the Pomarium blend. Made from a selection of core Pinot Noir clones and blocks that emphasize dark fruit and earthy flavours, with high tone floral incense aromas. This offers a broad canvas and a balanced tension to the wine that makes it so unique. Pomarium continues to delight with each vintage, all showing incredible complexity and nuance.

“The 2021 Pinot Noir Pomarium. is packed with notes of black cherry liqueur and kirsch, pure ripe fruit, a touch of sage, and sweet earth. It’s more grounded and muscular, with ripe, broad tannins, and has great depth as well as a grounded nature, with good fruit throughout. Drink over 2016-2046.”
99 points, Audrey Frick, Jeb Dunnuck, July 2023

“The 2021 Estate Pinot Noir Pomarium is notable this vintage for its balance of concentrated fruit and vibrant freshness. Its broody scents of cranberry sauce, mushroom and conifer give way to licorice and Angostura bitters as it spends time in the glass. Its concentrated flavors defy its youthfully reluctant aromas, offering wave after wave of perfumed fruit. It has a fine, chalky frame and focused acidity that drives its long, layered finish. It drinks beautifully straight from the bottle, but it may have more to offer in another 3-5 years.”
97 points, Erin Brooks, Wine Advocate, June 2023

 

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