Hanzell 2001 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Valley)

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At four years of age, this Pinot is just hitting its stride. It has a youthful side in the still fresh cherry and raspberry fruit and vibrant acidity. But it's turning mellow, as the oak melts into the alcohol, lending a soft, creamy infusion of vanilla bean. It's so good now, it will be hard to keep your hands off it, but it should hold for another three to five years.

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