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2006 Iron Horse - Wedding Cuvee Pinot Noir - USA - California - Sonoma - Green Valley - White

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USA - California - Sonoma - Green Valley

White Pinot Noir
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VF: 2008-2016 VF: 2008-2016

Author jthanson
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Tasted On 01/05/2013

Light gold in color. Apples in the nose and initial taste. Slightly richer/sweeter than other Iron Horse wines. Of course, not sweet on the whole. Probably my favorite in their line. Excellent bottling.

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