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Default TN: 2004 Addamo Santa Barbara County pinot noir

Hazy. Intense nose is both fruity and earthy: Strawberry, raspberry,
cherry, with hints of mushroom and barnyard. Rather low tannin. Soft
but not too flabby. Finish is long with a very very slight
bitterness. The most characterful PN I've had in a long while.
Also, does anyone know if filtering kills the aroma and flavor of
wines? I've had a few hazy PN over the years and all of them are
really complex and aromatic. I'm suspecting it's not a coincidence.

Man-Ho Chu

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