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Charteris The Winter Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

One of the most difficult things as a wine writer is assessing wines made by your mates. PJ Charteris, AKA Brokenwood’s ship steerer and main man of plunging, racking and soothsaying, is a close friend. That being said, assessment should always be neutral as possible, hence why I choose blind tastings as my medium for judging wines.

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Tasted : MAR11
Alcohol : 13.9%
Price : $60
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2011 - 2019


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