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"In the 2004, the aromatic lift is intense and the fruit concentration deep, even more so than in the 2003 Estate Pinot noir. The nose is bright and feminine with cherry and cranberry notes highlighted by an Indian spice quality, perhaps, tamarind. The complexity of the nose continues to reveal itself with more time spent in the glass. The mouth feel is full with a cherry core accented by dried needles and brown spices, again with a hint of Indian spice, lead minerality, and a touch of sarsaparilla. It is not a syrupy or jammy style of Pinot noir. The acidity and relatively low alcohol (13.96%) keep the wine lively. There is elegance, balance, richness and pinosity without heaviness. Volume without weight, we like to say. (from USQ Wines) "
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