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2004 Edmunds St. John Gamay Noir Bone Jolly El Dorado County
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2006

($16; the third crop for these vines, which are planted at an elevation of 3,400 feet and were harvested at just 22.5o brix) Good bright red. Pretty aromas of red cherry, mulberry and rose petal; distinctly Burgundian. Then juicy, floral and precise, with a light touch owing to bright acidity (the alcohol here is just 13.1%). Tangy mulberry and cherry flavors boast excellent purity and definition. From decomposing volcanic soil.

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Gamay

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