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2009 Benovia Winery Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard Anderson Valley
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93 Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2011

Vivid ruby.  A potent bouquet evokes cherry-cola, black raspberry, vanilla bean and smoky Indian spices.  Spice and herb-accented dark berry flavors show impressive intensity and depth, with complicating notes of anise, black tea and bitter chocolate.  Gains energy in the glass and picks up a peppery note that adds cut to the very long, penetrating finish.  This is built to age. 

88 Points | Wine Spectator
87 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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12/06/2012
by Atwood14184200
smooth and easy drinking
Drank too soon
02/21/2014
by Beach13807740
Tried a bottle this past week while out of town. Despite lots of swirling and time in the glass, I could not coax the full breadth of flavors and aromas I know this wine has. The winemaker's notes on WA were spot on. Three and half stars at this point; will revisit later.

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