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February 1, 2018
This robust medium-bodied vineyard-designate is complex and lengthy, a showcase of reduced oak, black cherry and berry and well-defined aspects of white pepper, Asian five-spice and black tea. The finish brings some heat that settles on the palate to show power and grace. $46
Tagged: Bruliam, 2015 Vintage, Publication: Wine Enthusiast, Varietal: Pinot Noir