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Established in 2003, this label includes multiple varietals produced by the Martin Ray Winery located in Graton in the Russian River Valley. Courtney Benham acquired the historic Martini & Pratt Winery in July 2003, which is now Martin Ray Winery. Angeline is an affordable varietal lineup including Pinot Noir. See Martin Ray Winery.
2015 Pinot Noir releases include a California Rose, a California Pinot Noir, and a Reserve Pinot Noir. The wines are available in the Martin Ray Winery tasting room on Laguna Road in Santa Rosa.
Winemakers are Bill Batchelor and Lindsay Haughton who work with wine consultant Keith Emerson.
2018 Angeline Vineyards Mendocino County Pinot Noir
13.9% alc., $16.99, screw cap (Total Wine). Vinted and bottled by Angeline, Santa Rosa, CA. · Moderately light garnet color in the glass. Aromas of cherry and underbrush lead to a red-fruited, mid-weight wine with a better finish than entry. Silky in texture, with friendly tannins and acidity. Score: 89. Reviewed November 12, 2020 ARTICLE »
2011 Angeline California Pinot Noir
13.5% alc., $9.99, screwcap. · Medium reddish-purple hue in the glass. The aromas of spiced plum, black raspberry jam and graham really jump out of the glass. Tasty core of dark cherries and plum sauce with accents of herbs, oak, dark chocolate, spice and cherry hard candy. Moderately concentrated with balanced tannins and some fruit showing up for an encore on the finish. Good. Reviewed January 19, 2013 ARTICLE »
2007 Angeline Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
13.9% alc., $12.50. · Funky nose of fresh-sawn oak, redwood, herbs and pineapple (due to some VA). Moderate amount of black cherry fruit smoothly presented with a sidecar of oak toast and herbs. Reviewed November 17, 2008 ARTICLE »