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Consistent with other bottles this nails the Oregon Pinot profile but feels fatigued and lacking that something special. 89-90
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Deep plum with a nuance of asian spices. Mouthfeel is medium weight yet still mouthcoating. Finish is a little tired. Repeat of plum and spices but super mellow and modest and intensity.--Consumed at at cellar temp: 60°-65° F. Friends don't let friends drink red wine at room temp!
Garnet color. Dark cherry and must aroma. Dark cherry, earth, and spice flavors with full body and medium finish. Good grip and structure.
Last bottle. Had at La Bocca in White Plains with JT. Drank before a Ridge Syrah. Consistent with prior notes - red fruit, earth and spice. Shorter decant on this one (didnt follow my own advice but the dinner wouldnt wait...Was great with the antipasta May look for more of this, I think the wine has a ways to go. IMO -St Innocent combines the ripeness of New World Pinot with terrior.
Food brings out the best in this wine; in this case Thai beef with basil.
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