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#11 in the Top 100 wines of the year

via Wine Spectator — James Laube
December 1, 2005

For a couple of rookies, Dan Kosta and Michael Browne make Pinot Noir look easy. With only four vintages under its belt, the two-man team has made seven outstanding 2003 Pinot Noirs. The grapes come from three different vineyards with most grown in a cool climate zone near Petaluma.

KOSTA BROWNE PINOT NOIR SONOMA COAST 2003

95 points / $28
790 cases made
Sonoma County, California

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