The new line of Angeline wines is composed of an array of varietals sourced from renowned California wine regions like Russian River Valley, and other notable appellations within Sonoma County; as well as Napa Valley, Mendocino County, Santa Barbara County and the Paso Robles and Santa Maria Valley wine regions.
Head winemaker, Bryan Davison, is no stranger to Sonoma County and has made wine for over twenty years. Bryan’s intuitive approach to winemaking nurtures the perfect conditions where wines develop naturally. The Angeline wines embody a commitment to produce structured, elegant wines, which are abundant with layers of fruit.
Wine & Spirits, June '06, named Angeline as one of the 15 Top American Value Brands.
The Angeline Pinot Noir has a jammy blackberry nose with notes of spice and oak. The wine is smooth and silky with tastes of ripe blackberry, plum, and vanilla. It has mild tannins with a hint of spice in the finish. It could use a little lift at the end but all in all it is a nice wine for the price. A simple wine that was incredibly easy to drink on its own throughout the night.