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Geza’s Selection Pinot Noir Reviews

Score: 90 | March 25, 2019 | Wine & Spirits

A blend from two vineyards in the Petaluma Gap, this ages in French and Hungarian oak barrels (40 percent new). It's dark and spicy, a four-square pinot with briskness and floral notes to its cranberry flavors. Round, smoky and a little brash, it will pair well with crispy orange beef. 

Score: 92 | June 1, 2017 | Wine Enthusiast

A rich depth of flavor is at the heart of this wine, a mix of blueberry, blackberry and cherry that shows a generosity on the nose and palate. Bright acidity lifts the deeper, darker notes of toasted oak and cola. —V.B. 

Score: 90 | May 1, 2016 | Wine Enthusiast

This is a spicy, earthy and medium-bodied selection, lengthy and concentrated in cardamom and forest pine. The fruit tends dark and brooding, with a brambly character balanced against the crispness of acidity. The spiciness persists through the finish. —V.B. 

Score: 88 | January 13, 2015 | Wine Advocate

More complex, the 2012 Pinot Noir Geza’s Selection possesses notes of forest floor, earth, plums and black cherries in its round, generous, Burgundian-styled personality. It could easily be mistaken for a generic Côte de Nuits. Drink it over the next 4-5 years.