Hamacher 2016 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Rich and evocative aromas call up baking spices, bread dough, pastry crust and cherry cobbler. The flavors do not disappoint, with ample acidity keeping them lively and adding touches of lemon verbena. Lightly herbal and peppery, it's a well-balanced wine with the delicious fruit and barrel mix of flavors that urge near-term drinking. Paul Gregutt

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