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Bellante Family Winery

Tustin Ranch, CA USA

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  • 2018 Pinot Noir Reserve, Bentrock Vineyard
    Sta. Rita Hills
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    Blackberries and brown sugar wow you on the nose. Black stone fruit takes over on the palate. The finish is long and amazing. Classic Bentrock. Drink: Now – 2028
    Suggested Retail Price: $$65.00
  • 2019 Pinot Noir Reserve, Dierberg Vineyard
    Santa Maria Valley
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    The 2019 Dierberg is a sophisticated, elegant Pinot that delights and entices. This complex wine reveals itself over time in the glass, starting with a subtle, elegant nose that entices with a blend of ripe blackberry, cassis, vanilla and moist earth tones. As it warms in the glass, one discerns notes of baking spice and wood, followed by a slight floral waft as well. On the palate, this wine delights with black cherry overtones, along with blackberry jam and cranberry notes. Backend flavors include lightly smoked oak, dark chocolate, rich soil, baking spice, tarragon, and honey. The acidity balance lends this to being very soft on the palate resulting in a smooth, sexy wine. Drink: Now - 2029
    Suggested Retail Price: $$65.00
  • 2019 Pinot Noir Reserve, Radian Vineyard
    Sta. Rita Hills
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    The 2019 Radian exhibits traits traditional to the vineyard. It is very inviting and soft on the palate, making it an enjoyable wine to drink now, yet with enough acid balance for it to enjoy bottle longevity. The nose entices with hints of cherries and plums, violets, grilled meats, and scents reminiscent of fresh tilled earth with overtones of ripe mushrooms. This flirty light wine explodes mid-palate with bursts cherries and ripe plums along with hints of raspberries and black current, and the traditional finish of pepper and Portobello mushroom. Drink: Now – 2029
    Suggested Retail Price: $$65.00

Description

We have been making world class, small lot, hand crafted, age worthy wines from Santa Barbara County fruit since 2000. People often ask me where I learned to make wine and I usually respond “I am a chemical engineer”. This has become such a joke around our house my family has threatened to put it on my tombstone. That’s fine with me as long as they serve my wines at the wake.

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