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  1. Glenn Gilbert

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Community Tasting Notes (10) Avg Score: 89 points

  • 14.5% alcohol; produced & bottled in Chile, Santiago; imported by Pacific Bay, Hopland, Mendocino County, California; non-composite, real cork, 50 mm long -- longer than the customary 45 mm wine corks -- maximum wine penetration 3 mm, cork aroma of cork/hay with a background of sweet/sour cherries and New Zealand Manuka honey; long legs, dark red; fruit forward nose of cassis, citrus; opened, vinturied and tasted after about 20 minutes at 11 degrees C; a full to medium bodied rush, followed by an interwoven complexity of tannins, fruitiness, and sourness, in that order; the long finish trails off into a fruit unlike any I've tasted; if you have this wine or can get ahold of one or more bottles, keep it for Thanksgiving dinner; I can't imagine a better pairing than with turkey and its traditional trimmings

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  • A bit too sweet with oaky fruit.
    Wouldn't rush to try again

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  • 93pts. I always uncork a Pinot Noir bottle I have never tasted before with some trepidation - most of the time the affordable ones are not good at all. But this one is quite the exception - it is long, savory, and neither green not overoaked. Of course this has a new world profile - it's a medium-body, fruit-driven PN, but it has very good balance and intensity on the palate. I wrote down on my notes red cherries, strawberries and raspberries, and although it is not really complex, those which are cost 10 times more, give or take.

    Very nice QPR here. I will buy again.

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  • Verry good for tapas or cheese

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  • Fin blød
    Men skal ilte inok 30 min

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