Merry Edwards Georganne Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2010

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This 2010 Georganne is dark in color -- a result of a tiny crop of less than one ton per acre. The aroma opens with d...

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Winemaker's Notes:

This 2010 Georganne is dark in color -- a result of a tiny crop of less than one ton per acre. The aroma opens with dark chocolate, mocha and savory oak layered over a base of black cherry fruit and cassis. A heady perfume of blue violets, blackberry blossoms and tiny fraise du bois adds intrigue. It is succulent on the palate with round, sweet tannins and a bit of tarry fruit, reflecting its clone 37 heritage. Incredibly dense and concentrated, this bold wine will unfold over many years to come, revealing even more layers of complexity. Not yet reviewed; 2009 vintage rated 95 points by Wine Enthusiast.

This 2010 Georganne is dark in color -- a result of a tiny crop of less than one ton per acre. The aroma opens with dark chocolate, mocha and savory oak layered over a base of black cherry fruit and cassis. A heady perfume of blue violets, blackberry blossoms and tiny fraise du bois adds intrigue. It is succulent on the palate with round, sweet tannins and a bit of tarry fruit, reflecting its clone 37 heritage. Incredibly dense and concentrated, this bold wine will unfold over many years to come, revealing even more layers of complexity. Not yet reviewed; 2009 vintage rated 95 points by Wine Enthusiast.

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