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WINE REVIEW: 2014 Cambria Estate Vineyards and Winery Benchbreak Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Va, CA($25)

by Andrew Chalk



Production: Grown from ‘Old Vines’ (1970s) in a vineyard that sits on a bench at altitudes from 400-800 feet overlooking the Santa Maria Valley.

Appearance: Medium ruby.

Nose: Ripe cherries, plums.

Palate: Very soft. A comfort wine in terms of its ease of quaffing. Very food-friendly with pork, smoked meats, game birds and veal.

Overall: A very likable wine that explains why Pinot Noir is so instantly popular. Drink now.


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