Deep rub y in color, clear and bright. The nose has nice cherry fruit with some baking spices. With air, black cherry fruit emerges. Full bodied (especially for a Pinot Noir). On the palate, cherries and black cherries. Some depth. It keeps opening with more and more air. Light tannins. This is accessible now but should continue to mature and evolve for the next fifteen years. It just depends on how you like your Pinot Noir. Great on its own, this would work great with roasted duck or chicken (or turkey). A really nice value in Pinot Noir.
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