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  • Cobb Pinot Noir Coastlands Vineyard Old Firs Block 2014 -- 750ml



    Cobb Pinot Noir Coastlands Vineyard Old Firs Block 2014

    • Tasting Notes

      A complex and alluring wine with aromas of black cherry, orange zest, licorice, sweet sage, wet pine needles and Asian spices. After 34 months in barrel, the 2014 Old Firs Block Pinot Noir is densely formed with sappy intensity along with firm, mouth-filling tannins with bright acidity. A wine built for the cellar but wildly expressive and tempting in its youth.

    • The Vineyard

      Located adjacent to a stand of 275-year-old Douglas trees, the Old Firs Block of our Coastlands Vineyards features our oldest Pinot Noir vines planted back in 1989 at the very top of vineyard, at an elevation of 1,200 feet, in deep rich soils. These selections of heritage clones Wadenswil 2A and Martini 13 and 15 produce a rich, intense wine with enticing spice and savory herb notes.

      34 months in barrel gave us a wine of vibrant intensity with aromatic acrobatics, silky texture and brilliant clarity. Old Firs Block for the win!

    • Accolades

      "Ross Cobb's 2014 Pinot Noir Coastlands Vineyard Old Firs Block is wild, powerful and exotic. Extended time in barrel (34 months) has given the 2014 quite a bit of depth and texture. Exotic, wild and yet also wonderfully finessed, the 2014 has a lot to offer. Star anise, cedar, tobacco, menthol, dried flowers and crushed leaves add striking shades of nuance. The long, persistent finish makes it next to impossible to resist a second taste. The 2014 was done with 50% whole clusters."
      Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media - 94 Points

      Decanter Magazine - February 2019
      by Matthew Luczy - Wine Director of Mélisse Restaurant in Santa Monica, California

      Here we have a great example of Cobb’s extended barrel-ageing regimen: the wine spent 34 months in barrel using 30% new oak. The power and density from this time spent formulating is immediately apparent, with an alluring, dark, mossy quality to the nose that seems to be unique to this block of Coastlands. The palate takes a brighter, more vibrant turn and finishes with sweet liquorice and sassafras notes. It's an interesting wine to take note of and track over time. 190 cases were produced.
      Drinking Window 2025 - 2035
      93 Points

    • Technical Notes

      190 cases produced
      34 months in barrel
      30% new French oak
      13.2% alcohol

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