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2017 Martellotto "Le Bon Temps Roule" Pinot Noir, Sta. Rita Hills

Let the good times roll. This seductive Pinot Noir joyously shows alluring aromas of bright raspberry, spice and hints of cedar. Double Gold Winner, 90+ points. Incredible deal.

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Loosely translated from Cajun French, the name of Greg Martellotto’s latest Pinot phenom means “Let the Good Times Roll.” It’s an appropriate phrase for this elegant, limited-production expression of some of California’s most sought-after Pinot Noir grapes.

Sensual notes of raspberry, oak, and lavender seamlessly transition from the nose to the palate, where they’re accompanied by a voluptuous structure and sublime balance. Like all great Pinots, this wine is a bit of a seductress. It allures with notes of spice, light cedar, and bright fruit.

The 2017 vintage is sourced from the exciting new project at Spear Vineyard in Sta. Rita Hills. Located just over a hill from the Seasmoke vineyard and south of Highway 246, these are some very lovingly and organically farmed vines.

The wine is aged in 100% French oak, 10% new. It was bottled after 11 months to maintain a freshness and vivacity. This will be a very intriguing wine in 5-10 years, but given the 450 case production, it will not be around that long.

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Double Gold Medal, New Orleans International Blind Wine Competition 2019

94 Points & Double Gold Medal, Las Vegas Global Wine Competition 2019

92 Points, PinotFile

 

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Loosely translated from Cajun French, the name of Greg Martellotto’s latest Pinot phenom means “Let the Good Times Roll.” It’s an appropriate phrase for this elegant, limited-production expression of some of California’s most sought-after Pinot Noir grapes.

Sensual notes of raspberry, oak, and lavender seamlessly transition from the nose to the palate, where they’re accompanied by a voluptuous structure and sublime balance. Like all great Pinots, this wine is a bit of a seductress. It allures with notes of spice, light cedar, and bright fruit.

The 2017 vintage is sourced from the exciting new project at Spear Vineyard in Sta. Rita Hills. Located just over a hill from the Seasmoke vineyard and south of Highway 246, these are some very lovingly and organically farmed vines.

The wine is aged in 100% French oak, 10% new. It was bottled after 11 months to maintain a freshness and vivacity. This will be a very intriguing wine in 5-10 years, but given the 450 case production, it will not be around that long.

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