New Hampshire Wine-man (Exploring the world of wine in the tiny State of New Hampshire)
Did you know that Granite is a wine descriptor?
Ever wonder why these are called the White Mountains?
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The aroma is a unique blend of herbaceous, dare I say "Panamanian Red", cedar, and cut cayenne.
The flavor is nicely carried on a medium body of licorice, red fruits, plum, and black cherry, having a considerably long spice finish, food-fine acidity, and tangible tannin, all of which fashions a memorable drinking experience.
This is a more complex Pinot Noir than many I've tried (That's not saying too much), and is quite flavorful; if I had known how much I would like this wine, I would have bought more of these at the sale price.