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Brancott Vineyards Pinot Noir Marlborough
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mild red
10/11/2010
by Sweetland12553261
very mild for a red, mellow and smooth
Not Bad for Ten Bucks
06/12/2008
by Pilipczuk12753134
Had the 2006 on 1/14/07. Good inexpensive wine and fairly soft-tasting. Tested this head-to-head against a Sojourn Pinot Noir (2005) and could tell it wasn't as complex and well-structured. But not bad to have with some hamburgers and salad, especially for the price. Would buy this again if I was looking for an inexpensive Pinot Noir.

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