The nose is a bit shy, offering light aromas of cherry and dried raspberry. Cranberry and raspberry dominates on the palate, with soft tannins and racy acidity. It is fresh and clean, and rather straightforward. Drink with fried pork tenderloin. Recommended. 88 points. DBH

WHO:  Roco
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHEN: 2013
DESIGNATION: Gravel Road
WHERE: Willamette Valley, Oregon
HOW MUCH: $30.00 (media sample)
POINTS: 88

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