Arnot-Roberts North Coast Trousseau

Arnot-Roberts North Coast Trousseau 2022

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U.S.A. > California

92/100 - Very pretty wine. Orange peel, amaro herbs, mint, spice, rosewater, and white pepper lend notable aromatic and flavor intensity. What an absolute delight! - Antonio Galloni, Vinous 

18/20 - Pale ruby with a hint of orange. Aromas of sweet forest berries, ripe watermelon and dried herbs. Powdery tannins wrap around a stony core of strawberry and sour-cherry fruit that is at once both sweet and tangy, while also being deeply mineral. The volcanic nature of these soils comes through distinctively with that crushed-rock sensibility one would find in the best Etna Rossos. Outstanding acidity, great balance and poise, not to mention being utterly delicious. - Alder Yarrow, JancisRobinson.com

SKU: 13ARTR22
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 12.0%
Vintage: 2022

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Arnot-Roberts

Founded in 2001 by childhood friends Nathan Lee Roberts and Duncan Arnot Meyers, Arnot-Roberts represents a paradigm shift in Californian winemaking. With deep-rooted connections to the land and an innovative spirit, they've carved a niche for themselves as leaders of "The New California Wine" movement. Their approach is a tribute to the great California wines of yore, before the era... Read More >>