Kutch Wines

Bohan Vineyard Pinot Noir

9.47 ratings
9.51 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Bryan Heath

My best Kutch yet and I have been buying Kutch for 5 years

My best Kutch yet and I have been buying Kutch for 5 years

1 person found it helpfulMar 23rd, 2016
Dave Parker

Beautiful wine

Beautiful wine

Jun 29th, 2021
Brendan Baker

🍓🍒🍂🙌

🍓🍒🍂🙌

Jan 11th, 2018
mike pobega

2014.
pretty color of dark ruby with the most purple of edges that seem to glow. The nose is haunting with the freshest black raspberries and dark strawberries. There is a super high-tone to this most fragrant nose. Palate shows a superbly knitted Pinot with so many layers. Deeply rich but yet lithe on the tongue, this mesmerizes the senses. For such a youthful wine it shows some playfulness; it's elegant and focused. After 10 minutes I get this amazing Violet candy thing (Choward's) that I really really dig. It's intensity shoots from the glass and if you hold the glass to your nose long enough you catch the exact moment it turns down and goes to a sassparilla. Crazy huh? Tannins are well hidden but clearly in place and balance is one with itself. Another few minutes and the sassparilla thing comes across the palate left to right...no right to left. Finish is long and robust. I gotta tell you, this is certainly a unique (to me) Pinot experience that I can get hooked on. wow

2014.
pretty color of dark ruby with the most purple of edges that seem to glow. The nose is haunting with the freshest black raspberries and dark strawberries. There is a super high-tone to this most fragrant nose. Palate shows a superbly knitted Pinot with so many layers. Deeply rich but yet lithe on the tongue, this mesmerizes the senses. For such a youthful wine it shows some playfulness; it's elegant and focused. After 10 minutes I get this amazing Violet candy thing (Choward's) that I really really dig. It's intensity shoots from the glass and if you hold the glass to your nose long enough you catch the exact moment it turns down and goes to a sassparilla. Crazy huh? Tannins are well hidden but clearly in place and balance is one with itself. Another few minutes and the sassparilla thing comes across the palate left to right...no right to left. Finish is long and robust. I gotta tell you, this is certainly a unique (to me) Pinot experience that I can get hooked on. wow

Sep 16th, 2015
Jason Driscoll

Jason had this 5 years ago

Jason had this 5 years ago

Mar 22nd, 2016
Jordan Franceschini

Jordan had this 3 years ago

Jordan had this 3 years ago

Sep 3rd, 2018
Cristi Hollidge

Cristi had this 4 years ago

Cristi had this 4 years ago

Feb 18th, 2018