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Chalone Vineyard Pinot Noir 2006, Chalone Appellation, Monterey County, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: Chalone Vineyard is the only winery located within the aptly named Chalone AVA and the estate vineyard is the oldest in Monterey County. The high-altitude is unique for Monterey. Located in the Gavilan Mountain range, it boasts limestone-based soils which are great for growing finicky Pinot Noir. This silky Pinot has complex layers of red cherry, raspberry, earthy minerals, spice and toasty oak. My note: Exuberantly ripe cherries and fresh earth on the nose with supple, seductive layers of violets, red plums and berries. The vines for this wine were grown in limestone soil. Elegant, balanced and medium- to full-bodied. Gorgeously long finish. 710145 14% D 750 mL $36.95 Score: 93/100. January 31, 2009 Full Review
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