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The entry-level 2010 Pinot Noir is big, juicy and exuberant. There is no shortage of fruit in this flashy Pinot. The 2010 is a terrific effort considering its production of 4,600 cases. It is ideally enjoyed over the next few years.
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Drink Dates: 2010
Nice drink ,i tasted last week , is ver very nice..
Drink Dates: 2014-2018
Bright ruby red. Warm, inviting aromas draw you in: bright and lively, then dark and complex. Wild cherry, fresh raspberry, sassafras and grilled meat. Complex tobacco and cocoa notes. Juicy palate entry then a fine interplay between red and black fruits. Black tea, cranberry and apple skin tartness. Darker woodsy-truffle notes. Broad silky texture develops with air but always framed by muscular enveloping tannins. Finish sails on and on. Serve at 60 degrees (not too warm) to fully capture the wine's wonderful purity.