WINE ENTHUSIAST, FEBRUARY 2016

Bethel Heights 2013 Casteel Pinot Noir – 92

A barrel by barrel selection results in this reserve-level cuvée. Round, forward, spicy and toasty, it’s a solid, almost chunky style with bold black-cherry fruit. Barrel aging brings up highlights of coffee and toast. Think duck confit with this bottle, and enjoy it over the next few years. PG

Bethel Heights 2013 Aeolian Pinot Noir – 91

Generous black–cherry fruit anchors this barrel-aged wine that remains tartly acidic, with pretty accents of toast and mocha. Focused, young and fresh, it should drink optimally 2018-2028. Cellar Selection. PG

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