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2008 Red Letter Pinot Noir 13.4%

Intensely sweet floral aromas emerge first from the glass, followed by subtle autumnal notes that accent the waxy red raspberry and pomegranate fruits. Tense and crisp in the mouth with a rich, deep impression of sweetness. Yet the razor-fine balance keeps this fresh and lively with a tight, slightly austere finish that slowly reveals hints of the potential here with its notes of cranberry and black raspberry framed with gently smoky oak.  Already very attractive, this has a lot going on that bodes well for the future. 93pts

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  • Snooth User: mary woo
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    we are going to oregon, in june, looking forward to trying some of these wines,

    Mar 28, 2011 at 3:57 PM


  • How do biodynamic wines differ from organic wines? Do they have less sulfites and are they better for migraine suffers who are sensitive to sulphites?

    Mar 28, 2011 at 9:00 PM


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