Wine Advocate 87 points - A pretty, elegant and fresh effort that has loads of charm, the 2011 Pinot Noir Julia’s Vineyard has plenty of sweet cherry, raspberry and spice to go with a medium-bodied, pure and supple feel on the palate. Juicy acidity emerges on the finish and the focus here is on beautiful Pinot Noir fruit. Enjoy it over the coming handful of years. Drink now-2016. (Aug 2013)
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Bacon aromas turn into a big mouthful of cherries and licorice, with a dusting of earth, finishing with chocolate-covered cherries. Try with duck and savory tomato-sauced pastas.