Angels Landing Pinot Noir 2013
Save $9.00 (36%)
Superior Pinot Noir from Sonoma Coast always seems to be $30 and up. Angels Landing is a steal at 16.99! Angels Landing has become a familiar name for great value just like Robert Mondavi, Deloach, etc. Not only do they make a great Napa Cabernet for the money, but also this Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir that drinks more like a $30 bottle of wine.
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