Craggy Range 2012 Aroha Pinot Noir (Martinborough)

This has the look of a monster. It's dense and dark in color, with brooding aromas of plum and mushroom. Yet that's somewhat deceptive, because it's relatively light and nimble on the palate. It's a fine juxtaposition of darkness and levity that should drink well through 2020. Joe Czerwinski

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