92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Vivid red. Musky raspberry and cherry aromas, with slow-building Asian spice and floral nuances. Lively, sharply defined red berry flavors are pleasingly bitter and seemingly tannin-free. Gains strength and a powerful cherry quality on the finish, which is broad, deep and strikingly sweet. I'd bet on this rewarding at least another three years of aging." (May/June '09) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Aromas of mineral, graphite, plum, black cherry and wild berry are supple, focused, structured and complex, maintaining the same flavor profile from start to finish. Ends with pebbly tannins. Drink now through 2014. 352 cases made." (12/09) A work of art in the bottle and on the label! The 2007 Eric Kent "Windsor Oaks" Pinot Noir boasts a painting by Evan B. Harris on the label, and a balanced, red fruit-filled wine inside. Intoxicatingly heady aromatics range from strawberries and pomegranates to molasses, tobacco and rose petals. Cherry cola, raspberry and tobacco flavors frame the palate, which has firm tannins and good acidity. A Cali Pinot that combines grace and big fruit. 352 cases produced.
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