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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Pierre Naigeon Clos Pierre Pinot Noir 2008

This wine is very well priced at less than $20 and performs at a level equal to many of its more expensive peers in the $30 to $40 price bracket.  An Australian style pinot noir aroma of soft cherries and herbs.  Soft palate with light cherries and lingering soft length.  85 points.

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