The 2019 is deep, complex, and thoughtful. Though it has all the stuffing to age, the wine is forward with an enticing suppleness that makes it quite enjoyable now. Dried cherry, raspberry tart, spicy oak, and hints of earth and forest floor all emerge from the glass. Even though Isabelle is their ?richest? Pinot Noir with loads of intensity and power, it is still balanced and food friendly. It is a complete Pinot Noir with oak, tannin, alcohol, fruit and acid all brought together in one seamless statement. Isabelle is a Pinot Noir for any special occasion.

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