Harrison 2000 Merlot (Napa Valley)

From Carneros, a dark, young, meaty wine that's almost a meal in a bottle. What you get is a potpourri of cherry, mushroom, meat, sundried tomato, anise and dill, with accents of smoky oak. Drinks long and smooth in the mouth, although there's a little place in the middle palate that's hollow, and tough tannins kick in on the finish.

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