W.H. Smith 2002 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast)

Editors' Choice

Beautiful and gentle, yet quite complex. It hits the palate with pure silk and satin, so airy and lilting you first think it's a lightweight. Then the flavors hit. Waves of raspberries and cherries, spices and herbs, cola and soy and vanilla unroll across the palate. Compellingly tasty, and a great expression of the far Sonoma Coast.

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