Elk Cove 2004 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Fragrant, aromatic, open, and wonderfully accessible, this smells like fresh-cut roses and violets, and tastes of cherries and chocolate. It's a broad, smooth effort that is open and drinking well right now. Paul Gregutt

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