Castello di Borghese 1998 Hargrave Vineyard Pinot Noir (North Fork of Long Island)

The dominant aromas are smoke, toast, and cinnamon, which ride over tart-cherry fruit. Turns quite stemmy and tough on the finish. Drink young--with a piece of rare beef to help tame the tannins. Joe Czerwinski

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