This magnificent bottle was contributed by John Corocran and all the generous people at Think Wine Marketing. One of only 18 magnums produced, this rare, never offered for sale, 1.5L 2004 Radio-Coteau Savoy Anderson Valley is a steal at a listed retail value of $125.00. Handcrafted by Eric Sussman.
“14.4% alc., 480 cases, $48 This prestigious vineyard farmed by Richard Savoy is the source for many notable California Pinot Noirs (Adrian Fog, Barnett, Littorai, and Roessler). This hillside vineyard is located in a cool, yet sunny site northwest of Philo and has a multiple range of clones, exposures and soils. The vineyard was planted in 1992 and 1996. This bottling contains Pommard, Dijon 115, and Martini clone. · This wine has very nice soft red Pinot fruits on the nose and on the palate accentuated by floral and spice elements. The sweet fruit flavors linger on the finish. The whole package is nicely balanced.” – Prince of Pinot
Think Wine Marketing will ship to the auction winner.
Opening bid is $60.00. Minimum bid increment $5.00.
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