Tasted over two nights, it was better on the second. This carries the name Pinot Noir on the label as well. Ruby in color, clear and bright. The nose has raspberries, rhubarb and slight cherries. Also, a slight dill note. Odd as this sees no wood at all. On the palate, the red fruits carry thru if a bit thin. There is a green note especially on the finish. This was disjointed on opening but with air settled a bit. It is an easy going Pinot Noir that is unremarkable in most aspects. It will work better with some lighter food, perhaps chicken salad. Dirnk over the next couple of years.
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