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Cobaw Ridge Pinot Noir 2012

It’s a funny thing, drinking wine, liking wine and then the disparity between sensory evaluation and a clinical approach to things. Oh well. The marriage of everything I guess the ideal. Cobaw Ridge’s pinot noir wine from 2012 would likely get some flack for it’s light spritz on opening (dissipates) and its lack of contemporary obsession with tautness and structure, but the sheer drinkability, the pleasure, the ease of drinking, transcends. Vineyards tended without chemicals (certified biodynamic), winemaking without additions, pinot noir grapes. There were 55 dozen produced. Come to papa.

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Tasted : JAN14
Alcohol : 13.4%
Price : $75
Closure : Diam
Drink : 2013 - 2028
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