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Ranch 32 Pinot Noir (750 ML)

750 ML
$25.95

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Aromas of cherry and raspberry, hints of vanilla, and sweet oak show on the nose. The palate displays a core of plum, earthy loam and savory juniper. A round midpalate and chalky tannins lead into the bright red fruit finish. This item is available for Gift Wrap when Shipping to CA, AZ or WA.

SKU:
#96629
Brand/Company:
Ranch 32
Type/Varietal:
Pinot Noir
Country:
USA
Region:
California
Style:
Other
Size:
750 ML
Private Label:
Private Collection
Specific vintages may not be available. If a chosen vintage is no longer available, a comparable vintage of the same wine may be substituted. Always check the bottle(s) for vintage if shopping in a store.
dk
Guest User Review(s)
9 months ago
Love it
This is my favorite Pinot Noir - have tried several but this is the only one I will buy now.
Beachbum
1 Review(s)
10 months ago
One of my favorites with the almost always $.5cent deals.
For the price I would almost rate this a 5. This wine is consistantly smooth, almost refreshing. I keep trying other Pinot's, but always but about 6 of these for everyday. Great with steak, lamb, fish or pasta. Holds up for 2-3 days vacumn corked.
McClane
10 Review(s)
1 year ago
Great wine at a great price.
Great wine at a great price.
Casey
1 Review(s)
2 years ago
Awful
An awful wine - as someone who purchases wine for Resorts I try my fair share of wine, especially pinots as they are my favorite. But this is impossible to even get through a glass..don't bother, there are so many greatly priced pinots.
NANI
1 Review(s)
2 years ago
Awful.
Awful. Kenneth is right. Does not taste like Pinot at all.....and tastes terrible. Taste like cough syrup!
Deana
1 Review(s)
3 years ago
Not sure about the bad ratings...
I thought this wine was great!
John
1 Review(s)
3 years ago
Notes of Tunafish and Burnt Hair
I experienced the same thing as Kenneth. I literally could not get through a glass. Horrible stuff.
Jamie S.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
LOVE
This is a beautiful Pinot Noir. For the reviewer who said it's not very "full", that's because it's a true Pinot Noir - elegant and very food friendly. For full, drink a Cabernet! For true Pinot lovers, stock up!
Kenneth S.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
DID NOT LIKE, almost like Vinegar, Maybe a bad bottle? or Alcohol content too high??
I never write reviews, but of all the Pinots I've enjoyed over the years, this one I actually DID NOT LIKE and as another reader noted, I threw it away after trying to struggle thru one glass. I hope that it was just a bad bottle, but I'll open the 2nd one I bought and see if it is the same and report back.
MAX G.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
Flawed, but not undrinkable.
The fresh glass has a really nice stinky nose you often get from a french pinot noir. There are really nice dead rose petal, smoke and leather notes. But the shocking mid palate and finish is dominated by extremely high green tannins from too many seeds being crushed. The wine breathes out very quickly and loses the above mentioned notes, then all that is left is the green tannins.
DAVE G.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
Green Tannins -- Avoid this Wine
I purchased several bottles of this wine based on Wilford Wong's rating of 92? This was againt my better judgement based on past bad purchases where I followed WW ratings. The Ranch 32 Pinot Noir is one of the poorest quality Pinot Noir I've tasted in years; if you like the taste of Green tannins this wine is for you. The poor quality of this wine in multiply aspects in my opinion confirms that Wilford Wong needs some new taste buds, or that someone has him taste one wine and then distributes another to the public. Wilford rated this wine at 92 points, it is closer to a 70-75 point wine by most other raters...
Peter G.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
A truly awesome Pinot
Wow! I’m a Pinot Noir freak, and I’m fussy about the Pinots I drink. The 2011 Ranch 32 Pinot is over the top. It’s huge, deep, complex, fruity, leathery, and just plain massive. I don’t know what vintages the low-rating reviews addressed, but I’m stunned to see such low ratings and bad reviews. Either they weren’t for the 2011, or the folks who wrote them don’t know superb Pinots...or maybe they just got some bad bottles, in which case, I feel for them. That’s always a bummer. But disabuse yourself of any delusions that this is a not a great wine. Pinot this good is not an accident. It’s clear that the folks at Ranch 32 know how to make a silky smooth, complex, utterly captivating Pinot. If you’re a Pinot aficionado and you like big flavor, the 2011 is a must have. Ignore the negative reviews. I bought two on a 5¢ sale and both bottles blew me away. I shared the second bottle with a party of wine lovers — folks who know and appreciate fine wines — and they raved about it. On the next 5¢ sale I bought two cases. They’re almost gone now, and it’s time to restock, so I’m glad to see that it’s back on the 5¢ sale again. The 2011 was a truly awesome Pinot; buy any you can find. I haven’t tried the 2012 yet, but if it matches the 2011 vintage, it’s worth the full price...and it’s a steal on the 5¢ sale.
MATT B.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
Barnyard smell
Nose smells of barnyard. Let it open up for a bit and it gets a little more tolerable. Taste is very odd. Tastes of decay, yeast, and under graped finish. Feels like it over oxidized or needs to open up for far longer than the normal p-no-arrrr.
John F.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
A True Pinot Noir
My Wife and I love this wine. A true Pinot Noir that pairs great with food. Totally over delivers for the price. Thanks BevMo.
DION H.
Guest User Review(s)
3 years ago
Bad Rap
I'm rating the 2010 Pinot Noir as a 5 star. The current ratings are for the 2011 vintage, which apparently is much different than the 2010. I had about 3 cases of the 2010. I opted for the Ranch 32 Coopers Red because of the bad ratings (2011). I figured, since I liked the vintners palette on the 2010, the Cooper Red would be good - and it is. Not a Pinot but well balanced and drier. I've been burned by the Wong ratings, but the store took them back. I will never buy another South American Cab again When ordering I always check the no vintage substitution.
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