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Jammy and almost sticky in that classic California-pinot way, this comes from the relatively cool Sonoma Coast, so it’s not without acid freshness. But it’s lifted more by a suggestion of spices, due in part to nine months in oak (25 per cent of it new). Good depth as well as an earthy-tobacco undercurrent. Available in Ontario at the price below; $35.99 in British Columbia; various prices in Alberta; $40.19 in Saskatchewan; $37.49 in Manitoba; $29.35 in Quebec; $39.99 in New Brunswick; $41.75 in Nova Scotia; and $41.99 in Newfoundland.

  • Year: 2016
  • Region: Sonoma County
  • Varietal: Pinot noir
  • Price: $34.95

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