Not very good
Good little Pinot noir for the price. Sprouts was selling it for $5.99, and Whole Foods had it for $7 awhile back. 2009 is a good year for pinot.
Fruity with a hint of spice and a smooth finish. Great choice under $10.
Sort of your average pinot noir. Respectable. Little thin around the edges. Good value.
For this price, this is a fantastic everyday Pinot Noir.
A simple red. For the price not bad. I prefer it to any of those terrible cupcake or yellowtails.
I agree completely with the above comment. It is way better.
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