Russian Hill 2002 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast)

A fascinating Pinot that showcases the evolution of the varietal in this cool-climate growing region. The fruit isn't quite ripe, with tomato, cola and rhubarb flavors, although oak does its best to fatten and sweeten. The wine is totally dry and rather tart. It's also dense and full-bodied, with the weight of Merlot.

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