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2011 Chad Pinot Noir Anderson Valley
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A Big Papi of a Wine
by HED3
This wine is the kind of value that Wineaccess offers from time to time that makes you think, "How did they do that?" This drinks every bit like the $45 dollar price tag touted by WA. Smooth, silky and polished with delicious fruit in every sip, exponentially exceeding the price paid. Probably the best Chad Pinot I've tried and I've put most of them in my cellar. Split the case with a friend and wish I could get the other half back it is so good. I wish all of the $45 dollar pinots that I've purchased were this good.
Primary and Patience
by Pizarro14005221
Very young, feels thin initially. Night two, put on weight and integrated a bit, but primary. Most Chad PN offerings have been a been a bit more ready to go than this one, but that only adds to the interest with this offering. Bright raspberry and bitter cherry, little brown spice.
New Year's Eve 2013/2014 Pinot Noir tasting
by Meyer11359847
This wine finished fifth of the six Chad Pinot Noirs tasted. A brighter cherry flavor predominates in this light to medium-bodied wine.

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