Williams Selyem 2003 Precious Mountain Vineyard Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast)

Williams Selyem's priciest Pinot is an acidic, tannic wine in extreme youth. It's fruity and dry, showing great depth, balance and complexity. There's a wealth of deep, unexpressed cherry, cranberry, cola, tobacco, cocoa and sweet oak flavors. Something rich, like duck or a fine steak, will finesse the tannins, but you can also lay this wine down for a good five years, if not longer.

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