The 2011 Leese-Fitch Pinot Noir from California has 13.5% alcohol, cost about $15, and scored a nice 15 points on the Dionysian scale. At nine years old, it had cherry, raspberry,and some smokey wood notes. It was mature and pleasant, even if not multidimensional.
This is a bottle “Vinted and bottled by…” meaning they didn’t grow or make the wine. It’s a tribute to their homestead house, but still a pleasant drink. It had a peal twist strip to open the plastic insert stopper. Very easy and interesting. Not a wine to age. In Vino Veritas.