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Brian Loring learned how to make great Pinot Noir from the best. And when we say “Best,” we mean Burgundy icons like Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Dujac, and Henri Jayer. Instantly obsessed, Loring took a dive into California Pinot Noir country, and wasn’t satisfied until he started his own label — and damn it’s delicious!
About the wine
Proprietor, winemaker, and Pinot Noir obsessive Brian Loring’s philosophy is simple: “The fruit is EVERYTHING.” Yes, he uses all-caps when it comes to his motto. Since his first crush at Cottonwood winery in 1997, he’s been living that mantra through Loring Wine Company with A+ critic scores and a mailing list that sells out most releases in seconds. Today, we’re thrilled his premium vineyards Pinot Noir is FINALLY in our hands.
"A special blend in honor of Cooper Jaxon Loring - the next generation of Loring. We don't limit the wine to any specific AVA, but rather look for a blend [of regions] that is big, bold, and super tasty!"
Winemaker: Brian Loring
Appellation: California, USA
Vineyards: Rancho La Viña, Kessler-Haak, Clos Pepe, John Sebastiano, Aubaine, Rosella's, Sierra Mar
- 4.3/5.0, Vivino Users
- 96/100, Christopher Stange
- 90/100, Connoisseurs' Guide
Grapes: Pinot Noir (Clones: Pisoni, 113, 115, 667, 777, 23)
Cooperage: 10 Months French Oak (15% new)
4.3 ★ Vivino Users, All Vintages (73 Ratings)
"This baby boomer is JUICY with a candy and flower scents that brings out a subtle sweetness that just screams fo a corkscrew! The palate is very alive but not overwhelming. Very balanced, slightly dry, and thick for a Pinot- I’m in LUV! The finish will linger in your mouth like the taste of your first kiss. I highly recommend it. Drink now-2022." JoJo
Jeb Dunnuck Review
"The value-priced 2016 Pinot Noir Cooper Jaxon is a juicy, delicious effort that offers everything you could want from a Pinot Noir at this price point. Raspberries, blackberries, spring flowers and hints of sappy underbrush all flow to a medium-bodied, juicy, lively and deliciously quaffable red to drink over the coming couple of years."
96 Points, Christopher Stange, Certified Sommelier
"I expect nothing less from Brian Loring."
90 Points, Connoisseurs' Guide
"It may be the least expensive in the extended Loring Pinot Noir family, and it may not make any claim of having come from a renowned site, but this very well-made wine is in no way lesser stuff and surprises with its richness, its fruity purity, its careful composition and its altogether unexpected depth. As tasty as it is now, it has the kind of balance that invites a bit of time in the cellar, and picky Pinot fans should not be dissuaded by its modest price. It is a wine that deserves attention."