“With the recent cooler weather we’ve had in Los Angeles, nothing hits the spot better than a good pinot noir. Today we’re offering one of our most popular pinots from the notable Foley family for 40% off the suggested retail price under $18 a bottle! The 2014 Lincourt Pinot Noir from Rancho Santa Rosa vineyard strikes a nice balance between lush fruit and savory herbal notes, with just a kiss of sweet spice. A ‘light yet powerful’ pinot at a killer price – you can buy this 93 point wine by the case without breaking the bank!” –Glen Knight, The Wine House
2014 Lincourt Pinot Noir
Rancho Santa Rosa, Sta. Rita Hills
93 Points Wine Enthusiast
SRP: $30
Wine House: $17.99
40% OFF!

“Hibiscus, rose, juniper, clove, marjoram and graphite aromas all show on the nose of this Foley family wine, which is light yet powerful in finesse and depth. Plummy fruits meet with incense, pine needle and herbal, forest-floor intrigue on the palate.” –Matt Kettmann, Wine Enthusiast, March 2017


When Bill Foley founded Lincourt in 1996, the Sta. Rita Hills region of Santa Barbara County was largely undiscovered. Today it is one of California’s most coveted, cool-climate, viticultural regions. Lincourt’s wines are produced entirely from estate vineyards within the AVA. They are rolling hillside sites that offer “limiting” soils, large diurnal temperature swings and long growing seasons. Our wines are rich, structured, fruit forward and regionally exact.

The 2014 vintage was another solid year in the Sta. Rita Hills. It was our third consecutive abundant vintage with high quality fruit and large yields. As the earliest bud break on record in the region and with such a warm growing season, this was also the earliest harvest to date. Conditions remained ideal from bloom to set only minimally burdened by the typical afternoon winds that sweep through Sta. Rita Hills.

Vineyards & Winemaking
This Pinot Noir came from our estate Rancho Santa Rosa Vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. The fruit was hand harvested and sorted in the vineyard prior to arrival at the winery. The clusters were then carefully destemmed to keep the berries intact. Additional hand sorting removed any jack stems before the fruit was transferred to small, stainless steel, open-top fermenters. The juice and skins were cold–soaked for four days prior to fermentation and then gently punched down for several days. After primary fermentation was complete, the new wine was drained and the skins were gently pressed. This Pinot was barrel-aged in 25% new French and Hungarian oak for 10 months.

Tasting Notes
This 2014 Rancho Santa Rosa Pinot Noir embodies the character of both the variety and the site. On the forefront, the wine has aromas of soft black pepper, dried strawberries, and rose petals. It’s a delicate wine that is true to vintage character with flavors of dried cranberry, white pepper, hibiscus tea, and a candied cherry finish. Its tannin structure and bright acidity make it an ideal wine to pair with a variety of foods.

Appellation: 100% Sta. Rita Hills
Vineyard: Rancho Santa Rosa East and West
Harvest Date: August 19 - October 10, 2014
Composition: 100% Pinot Noir
Barrel Aging: 10 months in French and Hungarian Oak, 25% new

At Lincourt, we believe that a vibrant, living environment has a positive effect on the health of the vines and the character and quality of the wines. To ensure the vitality of our land and the authenticity of our wines, we use sustainable methods in all of our farming, winemaking and business practices.
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