Ruby/purple in color. Cloudy. The nose is sweaty socks. Perhaps some macerated cherries. On the palate, this is very soft. Very sour cherries with some dank earthiness. It is a style of Pinot that I like but this seems either mishandled or way past prime at this young age. Not sure if this bottle was representative It reminds me of some of the unclean Burgundies that were more prevalent 25 years ago. That is not to say undrinkable or even bad, as this wine is certainly offering some nice and interesting notes, but more to say, what this might have been (or a pristine bottle is).
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