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Stolen Identity Pinot Noir 2014 Wine Review

Stolen Identity Pinot Noir 2014

Stolen Identity Pinot Noir 2014

Willamette Valley, Oregon, United States

Community Score:88/100

Community Reviews: 6

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Price: $19.95

Drink: 2017-2020

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 13.1%

Sweetness: Extra Dry

Wine Type: Red Wine


Winery: Stolen Identity

Agent: Winehouse Imports Llc

Natalie's Score: 88/100

An easy-drinking Oregon Pinot Noir with aromas of sour cherry and earth. Medium-bodied, smooth and juicy with racy acidity. Pair with roast turkey.

Pinot Noir food pairings: goat stew, cheese, game, lamburgers, vegetarian pizza.

This Stolen Identity Pinot Noir 2014 was reviewed on May 22, 2018 by Natalie MacLean

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Courtney Flood rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Bright and herbal with cranberry, sour cherry, thai basil. Pretty when sipped, not a tart as I expected but still fresh, mouthwatering acidity. Cinnamon and nutmeg finish. Great for a tomato-y dish like a pasta in a simple cherry-tomato sauce.
Andrew Bernardo rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Pure cherry, sassafras, beet root and dried cranberry notes dominate this wine. Needs a bit more time in bottle. 89 Points.
Andrea Shapiro rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

Pale red translucent colour with garnet brick specks. Fragrant with red cherry, light plums and cedar wood smokey spices. In the mouth, like biting into a freshly picked, juicy ripe strawberry! SO juicy and fresh. Raspberries, smoked paprika, plums and some earthy mineral touches. Acidity is well integrated with light tannins and a young, radiant light body. A good match for beef tartare and stuffed mushroom caps. 88 points - tasted May 6, 2018
Sharon Aubie rated this wine as 86/100 with the following review:

Aromas of sour cherry and cinnamon. On the palette, there's more tart cherry, raspberry and cranberry notes with a hint of cedar.

Pair with stew or a tomato-based pasta dish.

Tasted May 6, 2018
Stolen Identity (2014) is a savoury Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley in Oregon. The wine is dry, medium-bodied with cherry, fresh herb, cracked pepper and vanilla (from oak treatment) flavours on the palate. Great acidity and a perfect pairing to grilled lamb chops. - Community Wine Reviews

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