90 points Stephen Tanzer: "(14.6%) Good full red. Red fruits, minerals, spices and a floral nuance on the nose. Dense, fat and ripe; the most opulent of these '99 pinots, with sweet flavors of strawberry, earth and mint. A wine of lovely texture and depth, if less delicate than the High Plains bottling. Finishes with firmer tannins. From a Swan selection, and harvested a bit earlier than most of Dehlinger's other pinot parcels, which are based more on Pommard." (Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, May/Jun 02) According to Robert Parker: "The dark-colored 1999 Pinot Noir Octagon Vineyard is similar to a French Pommard offering notions of apple skins intermixed with dried herbs, meat, and black cherries, a soft, ripe attack ... with noticeable acidity." (08/02)
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