Williams Selyem 2003 Peay Vineyard Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast)

Here's a dark, dense Pinot, brooding under its cloak of tannins and acids. It's absolutely dry, with intense cherry pie, cola, root beer and oak flavors. If you drink it now without decanting, you'll find a tough, hard wine. Let it breathe for a day, and it will begin to suggest its charms. Or let it develop naturally in the cellar for six years.

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