Holdredge 2004 Wren Hop Vineyard Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley)

Right now this single-vineyard Pinot is a little gawky. It may be too young, and it's hard to tell where it's going. The individual parts are good but they haven't come together. There's a lot of primary cherry and cola fruit, adequate acidity, dusty tannins and rich oak. Try stashing it in a cool cellar for three or four years.

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