This chocolatey sexy wine tastes of cherries and sandalwood, with a strong dark chocolate note. A hint of pine needles comes out in the bouquet, and although it’s already drinking well, it will surely improve with a few more years of bottle age. (PG)
A bit richer and riper than is the Oregon norm and a wine of considerable concentration, Shea’s West Hill bottling is a moderately full-bodied, well-structured Pinot that teases with a bit of suppleness on entry before firming and getting a touch tough in the latter-going, but unhesitant, black cherry fruit is at the forefront throughout. It is a wine with plenty of potential, its obvious richness notwithstanding, and it needs to be set aside for another three to five years in order to grow into its best.
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