Thornbury 2002 Pinot Noir (Marlborough)

With a published alcohol level of 14.5%, you wouldn't think ripeness would be an issue. But this wine, despite a supple mouthfeel and bright cherry flavors, shows some pungent tomato-leaf notes that hold it back. Finishes with some astringency; try again in six months or a year. Joe Czerwinski

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