QPR of the Day: Parducci Williamette Valley Pinot Noir 2002

Very nice and subtle, but not quite understated. This wine is a clear red, and the nose is a bit floral, with stronger notes of cherries and some raisins, but the taste is black cherries and some blackberries, with some nice firm tannin structure lending it a cocoa note. Well balanced. An elegant wine from the value sector.

With a grade of B and a $8 price tag, the QPR is very good, but for a Pinot Noir, the QPR is oustanding.
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