BOHÈME Pinot Noir “Stuller” 2014
“Stuller Vineyard”
Sonoma Coast 2014

BOHÈME Pinot Noir “Stuller” 2014

“Stuller Vineyard”
Sonoma Coast 2014
Boheme Pinot Noir Stuller
Retail Price: $55
DDWA Score: 91
Value Rating: 3.3
Very Good Value
Wine Factor: 2
Date Posted: December 3, 2021
Cases Produced: 263
Where to Buy:
Boheme Winery

“Stuller Vineyard,” located a couple miles northwest of Occidental, is a very cool site. The Boheme Pinot Noir Stuller, standing to reason, is perfumed, ethereal and intense. Yeah, it’s the real-deal in California Pinot Noir. I love the nose: bouquet of red roses, cranberry sauce, squished up fresh raspberries. Then it tastes like really good, cool-climate Pinot Noir, as in wild red cherries, five spice, red rose-laced black tea, pomegranate. The acidity elevates the flavors, round mouth feel, fine tannins for support. It’s all there. This is like a middleweight boxer that wins the fight with finesse, agility and sneaky power.

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