Bink 2004 Weir Vineyard Pinot Noir (Yorkville Highlands)

The vineyard is a well-regarded source of a Williams Selyem bottling, from this hilly region midway between Anderson Valley and inland Mendocino County. The Pinots always seem to have a more rustic quality than, say, Russian River to the south, although in this hot vintage, the wine is extraordinarily sweet and soft. It has lip-smacking flavors of raspberry jam, cinnamon spice and melted cherry-vanilla ice cream, although it's actually dry.

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