Rossi Wallace Pinot Noir 2015
30% expanded in new wood, 70% annual wood from Francois Ferrer from Burgundy. An extremely distinctive Pinot Noir. Cool climate, grown on Atlas Peak, where the master of cool California, John Kongsgaard, has his winery, above Shafers Hillside. So best teroir. The wine is no comparison to Burgundy, no comparison with Pinot Noir from Germany and Switzerland or even Pinot Nero from Umbria. Maybe a touch of Oregon? In any case, a lot of finesse with great strength. Strawberry, mint, some sour cherry and lovage. Seductive plum compote. Fleshy on the palate but finely balanced and long. Well balanced and powerful, always warm and soft, the eroticism and seduction is THE dominant of the wine, extremely tasty and tasty. Reverberates for a long time. Bottled in September 2016. There were only 35 barrels of this wine.