Schug 2004 Pinot Noir (Carneros)

Schug's estate Carneros bottling represents a less popular style today, one of control and balance. Not for this winery gobs of extract and jam. They like their acidity and modest alcohol, which means a leaner Pinot. But it's an elegant, complex accompaniment to food, and will age for a decade.

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