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An exuberant aroma of ripe cherry mingles with spicy oak in this alluring Pinot Noir. Dense and firm, yet supple in texture. The oak dominates the graceful finish today, but it's balanced by a kernel of sweet fruit. Best from 2007 through 2015. 25 cases m —Bruce Sanderson
A rich, seductive style, with tiers of flavor built around a center of ripe currant, blackberry and plum and lots of exotic mocha-cedar and spicy oak that add wonderful dimension. Also wins points for its smooth, harmonious texture, finishing with a stron —James Laube
Tight and backward, but offers dense textures and concentrated cherry, blackberry and spice flavors. A solid core of fruit midpalate. Tannins are robust now; needs to be stored about 10 years. Best from 2012 through 2025. 125 cases imported. —Bruce Sanderson
Fantastic. Loads of blackberry, cherry, cedar and tanned leather on the nose. Full-bodied, with a dense, powerful palate of ripe fruit and chewy tannins. A muscular Brunello with all the stuffing for aging. Best after 2006. 500 cases made. —James Suckling
Dark, rich and massive, with gobs of flavor built around vibrant currant, blackberry and wild berry fruit, layers of exotic spicy oak nuances and rather big, ripe tannins. Yet for all its size, it's powerful and balanced, with a long, luxurious aftertaste —James Laube
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