The 2001 Pinot Noir Three Sisters Vineyard tastes as if it is a grand cru from the Cote de Nuits commune of Morey-St.-Denis. Sweet black cherries intermixed with autumnal compost and earth notes jump from the glass of this expansive, rich, full-bodied effort. It reminded me of a young 1985 Clos de Tart. The finish is pure cherry liqueur. (RP)
Notably Burgundian in its elegance, delicacy and restraint. Rich and concentrated without being powerful, it offers ripe, earthy sour cherry, herb, sage and tea, returning to a rich, fine black cherry core of flavor on the finish. Supple and harmonious.
Medium red. Sexy aromas of candied strawberry, smoke, truffle and underbrush. Penetrating red berry flavors are framed by firm acidity. On the lean side for a Marcassin pinot-in fact a bit strict today-but also quite suave. Shows some underbrushy notes of development.
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