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ANTONIO GALLONI - VINOUS - 91 POINTS - Vivid red. Zesty raspberry, blood orange and rose aromas, along with hints of cola and baking spices. Juicy, seamless and energetic in style, offering appealingly sweet red berry and floral pastille flavors that deepen steadily as the wine opens up. Fine-grained tannins shape the finish, which shows bright, red-fruit- and spice-driven persistence. - By Josh Raynolds on November 2021

For Pinot Noir, the cream really does rise to the top. Pinot Noir is such a transparent grape that any faults or follies in the growing and winemaking process are amplified in the finished wine. Therefore, when we find a Pinot Noir that shines above the rest, and at the same time doesn't break the bank, we wouldn't be doing our jobs if we didn't let you know about it. And let us say, we've done our homework on this one to bring you a fantastic buy!

Bishop's Peak wines are handcrafted by Talley Vineyards to capture the varietal and regional diversity of San Luis Obispo County. The grapes for the wines come from small vineyard sites in Arroyo Grande Valley, Edna Valley, and Paso Robles. Some of these sites are owned by the Talley family while others are owned by growers who share the family's commitment to quality. This wine shows many of the similar qualities, nuances, and complexities of Pinot Noirs that sell for more than $25 a bottle, but seeing at this sells under $15 a bottle, this is one heck of a bargain!

Aged for 8 months in 20% new French oak, this wine shows aromas of dried cranberry, juicy cherry, wet earth, graphite, rose petals with a juicy pluot, cherry cola, licorice, sawdust, pepper jelly on the palette.
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