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Brewer-Clifton 2021 Pinot Noir, Santa Rita Hills



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New limited Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir from the famed Brewer-Clifton team.

previous vintage 94 Points Jeb Dunnuck:
"Gorgeous kirsch and framboise fruits as well as spice and dried flower notes all emerge from the Brewer-Clifton Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills. It's a fresher, more elegant example from this great estate, with a solid spine of acidity, beautiful balance, and a great, great finish. It's brilliant today but will be even better with another year of bottle age and keep for at least 10-15 years in cold cellars."

Brewer-Clifton's owner and winemaker is founding member Greg Brewer.  Greg started his career as a French instructor at UC Santa Barbara before being trained in wine production at Santa Barbara Winery starting in 1991. He created his eponymous label, Brewer-Clifton with original partner Steve Clifton in 1996 and was the winemaker at another Santa Barbara County winery from its inception in 1997 through the end of 2015. Greg additionally created the label, Diatom, focusing on starkly raised Chardonnay, and Ex Post Facto, a Santa Barbara County Syrah. The entirety of his career has been committed to the Sta. Rita Hills appellation, which he helped to map, define, and establish in 1997.

In the December 2001 Wine Advocate, Robert Parker Jr. wrote in his year-end summary that “The wines of Brewer-Clifton were the single greatest revelation of all of [his] 2001 tastings.”

Type: Pinot Noir

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