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#7 in the Top 100 wines of the year

via Wine Spectator — James Laube
December 1, 2006

Dan Kosta and Michael Browne have joined the ranks of California's most accomplished Pinot Noir producers since arriving on the scene 10 years ago. Kosta Browne is red-hot, with six of its seven 2004 Sonoma Pinot Noirs garnering classic scores. The Russian River bottling is a blend from four vineyards: Cohn, Koplen, Amber Ridge and Bly.

KOSTA BROWNE PINOT NOIR RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY 2004

96 points / $38
1020 cases made
Sonoma County, California

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