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2018 Dorset Pinot Noir, Bride Valley, Dorset

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The Bride Valley Dorset Pinot Noir is a fresh carmine red, not deep but with fine clarity, lovely expression of red summer fruits on the nose with Pinot Noir precision and purity on the palate. It is light in texture on release with fruit dominant and smoothness, and more depth to come, a hint of new American oak well blended in to add some structure on the finish.

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