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Dry River 2004 Pinot Noir Martinborough

Tasting notes: Dark and dense with amazing depth of black cherry and not a hard edge in sight. Worth knowing: Sauvignon blanc has been New Zealand’s signature grape for decades, but the country’s once-arriviste pinot noirs are now unquestionably world-class as well.

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