Wine Review – 2009 Lynmar Pinot Noir Rosé

Lynmar Estate 2009 Lynmar Pinot Noir Rosé

  • Vibrant orange/pink  hued salmon color
  • A lightly fragrant nose of strawberry, raspberry  and hint of crisp Jolly Rancher watermelon
  • Don’t let the flavor descriptors fool you, this is a wonderfully dry Rosé with no sweetness. Nice weight in mouth for a rose, balanced with acidity that will pair well with many foods. Hint of that beloved Pinot Noir silkiness. Watermelon and cherry mid-palette.  Pleasant finish.
  • Retail $22. Considering the price and quality of Lynmar Estates wine, this is an excellent Price to Quality Ratio.
  • 92 points – Very Good, Strongly Recommend

About Lynmar Estates:

Lynmar is a visually stunning family winery in Russian River Valley, North Sonoma County, producing world class Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, as well as limited releases of cool climate Syrah. If you are visiting Sonoma County this is a must visit stop.

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