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(2011) 14% abv, Screwcap. A bold and creamy black fruit nose, with a lovely little lift of flowers and herbs, really suggesting the Pinot here is ripe and pure. The palate has very nice juiciness and bold, chocolate-ripe tannins, with plenty of cherry-fresh acidity and a long, liquorice-tinged finish. A fairly big and chunky rendition of Pinot, but a good one.
(2006) Cono Sur's reliable, raspberry fruited expression of the Pinot Noir grape has delicate notes of cinnamon woven through lush red berry scents. On the palate, punchy cherry and raspberry fruit powers through. Also consider trading up to the Reserve bottling in Somerfield and Tesco which is smokier with more weight.
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