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Dark cherry and wild raspberry dominate with a briary note in the background; soft sweet brown spice characters add detail.
Dark berry notes, framed by dried herb elements lead the wine onto the palate; the wine flows with good texture. Fine elegant tannins rise out of the mid-palate and then are displaced by the wine's crunchy cherry acidity. Refreshing and engaging.
The Mt Difficulty Roaring Meg Pinot matches perfectly with a roasted meats and vegetables.