Interesting wine to try and compare/contrast to California pinot noirs. This flavor profile seemed more reserved compared to the California pinot. It had a sharp, almost unripened red fruit profile. Bitter cherries and tart raspberries. Light spice and tea flavor on the finish.
Medium to dark ruby. Nose of earth and black cherry. Silky mouthfeel. Spice, black cherry, tea on the palate. Medium to long finish. A really nice Bourgogne, worth the price. Affordable burgundy which is as enjoyable as any 50 dollar new world Pinot as I have had in a while.
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