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2011 Bishop's Peak Pinot Noir San Luis Obispo County
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2012

Bright red.  Sexy aromas and flavors of raspberry, potpourri and Asian spices.  Suave on entry, then juicy and energetic in the mid-palate.  An intensely flavored, lithe, seamless pinot with very good finishing focus and cling. 

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