Goldeneye 2006 Ten Degrees Pinot Noir (Anderson Valley)

This is a barrel selection in honor of the winery's 10th birthday. It's the densest Pinot Noir Goldeneye has ever produced, a rich, thick wine that's a bit Rhônish right now. The idea is ageability. The flavors show equal parts of red, ripe cherries and berries and herbs, spices and mushrooms. Just 320 cases were produced. Try after 2010.

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