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Good color, enjoyable for now.
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Oregon Pinots young and old (Browntrout, Chicago IL): nose: rich and dark nose of red cherries, red currants, some plums, red fruits and candy tones. There is a more intense side to the nosetaste: fuller bodied with rich tones of red cherries, red currants, plums and some red fruits. A bit chunky on the palate and the the acidity is a bit astringent on the finishoverall: not sure how much aging helped this wine. Its a fuller bodied wine and drinks fairly well. There is a chunky side to it though that doesn't seem like it will round out
At Michael's Genuine Food, in the Deisgn district w Paul & Arlene Rogoff. Acidic, has lost its fruit, and has failed to develop fully.
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