Cherry pie filling and pomegranate, with a touch of cola, roil up from the glass. Fresher cherry, pomegranate, and  few drops of sweet key lime flow through the palate, with asian spices and a touch of cola. The finish lingers forever. Fresh, tart, complex, and made for food, drink with duck confit. Highly Recommended. 92 points. DBH

WHO: Dutton Goldfield
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHEN: 2015
DESIGNATION: Redwood Ridge
WHERE: Sonoma Coast, California

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