Another Caymus Burgundy

You CAN do worse on a restaurant list.  Not much, but it’s possible. The proliferation of this label has shocked me in recent years.  From an obscure artsy-wine-shoppe find touting their THREE-REGION heritage to being plastered in the books of every single supermarket and drugstore for $19.99 everywhere I travel and and becoming a cough-mark among the wine1percent.  It is a decent wine. There are definite Pinot characteristics although they are heavily clouded in ridiculous flabbiness. Not a horrible Pinot for the $30 restaurant pricetag.  This was advertised on the list as “2011 Sonoma” but in reality was 2012 “Coastal”, and I was stuck with it.  CHECK YOUR LABELS PEOPLE. UPDATE YOUR LISTS, RESTAURANTS!

2012 MEOMI Pinot Noir California

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