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New Wines, New Faces: Freeman Vineyard & Winery

East meets West in these outstanding Pinot Noirs from Sonoma
Eric Arnold
Posted: September 8, 2005

Who: Freeman is a Sonoma Pinot Noir specialist run by the team of Ken Freeman, 40, and his wife, Akiko, 37. What to Drink: The 2003 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir (90 points, $35, 930 cases) is ripe, plump and fleshy, while the 2003 Akiko's Cuvée Pinot Noir (91, $45, 150 cases) offers aromas of ripe black cherry, wild berry and nutmeg.

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