Rex Hill 2001 Reserve Pinot Noir (Oregon)

Rex Hill's reserve trumps most of its single vineyard efforts; it's simply a more complete wine. Supple and silky smooth, this wine has a real beginning, a solid middle and a lingering, satisfying finish. Mixed and layered berry/cherry fruits are seamlessly married to the oak, and tannins are soft and smooth. Paul Gregutt

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