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Curly Flat Williams Crossing Pinot Noir 2012

It’s all wild yeast, it’s all de-stemmed, it sees no new oak though it’s all declassified “Curly Flat” pinot noir – i.e. it’s not purpose-grown, it’s the result of the winery’s final classification/cull. It’s grown and made as if it’s going to be in Curly Flat’s top-priced release.

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Alcohol : 14.3%
Price : $30
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2015 - 2021
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