Pinot Of the Day (POD)

Here are a few Pinots I have tried recently. Hope you enjoy my tasting notes. You can find @Melvin on Vivino.

Kosta Brown Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir

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4.5 Garnet hue. Blackberry, Earthy, wet leaves, followed by a tart palate. Acidity with age nicely and break down heavy meats. Dry, but fruity. Raspberries, cocoa, green pepper. A little brambly, with what the Duckhorn rep Ian Merris described as “cherry cola”. Definitely earthy with a balsamic aftertaste. You can make out a faint green tea green tea aroma in the backdrop. Definitely a long and intense wine tasting experience. If anyone can get me cases of this stuff for a reasonable price lmk(🙏).

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Williams Selyem Calegari Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014:

Fruit forward full bodied pinot. cherry red with ruby hue. Mocha starbucks frappucino. Black berries. Cedar and oak with some light tobacco smoke. Super smooth with a nice savory finish.

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Meiomi Pinot Noir 2019:

Low acidity. Medium alc content. rhubarb, cherry and cocoa. Prune and dried apricots. Sweet and jammy. Definitely a presence of oak.

-Michael Melvin

cincin 🍷!

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Michael Melvin is a Writer, Musician, and Advocate. While attending Syracuse University he has been an active member on campus even holding positions in Greek Life and Clubs/Activities on campus. He has recently gained notoriety for his performance at the Wescott Theater, where he played music in a simulacrum which commented on the lack of discourse during the pandemic. Through a global pandemic, Melvin has come out as a resilient persona who questions modern conventions and looks for oppurtunites to adapt to newfound successes.

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