Whitford 2001 Pinot Noir (Napa Valley)

From the theoretically cooler southern part of the valley, but still a region too warm to preserve Pinot's delicacy. Not a bad wine at all, with its pretty flavors of cherry pie, rich overlay of oak, and silky mouthfeel. But from a varietal point of view, rather hot and baked, with a stewed note throughout.

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